home made aluminium panniers in garage

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by lauramarginean, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. lauramarginean

    lauramarginean seriff

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    hello al my name is steve a live in Roumania
    I make my self my paniers in the garage 1 set full aluminiu and now i try 1 set whit the bottom by fibreglass.I put some picture.
    Sorry for my bad enlish..
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  2. T

    T --------------

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    Nice looking boxes. Show us how you are going to mount them...
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  3. ScramblerTom

    ScramblerTom Been here awhile

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    Holy Sh%$,

    Tell me you make custom aluminum boxes for a living.

    Nice job - yes interested in mounting method
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  4. DirtyOldMan

    DirtyOldMan Long timer

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    Those are very nice! Awesome metalwork!
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  5. achtung3

    achtung3 Long timer

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    Wow! Impressive work.:clap

    You are going to put the other makers on theirs knees.
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  6. josjor

    josjor Long timer

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    No apologies needed. Your English is much better than my Romainian!:D

    Outstanding boxes!!!:clap






    And for you noobies, THAT is how you do your second post!
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  7. lauramarginean

    lauramarginean seriff

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    THX all unfortunately when you have no possibility .... looking for another way
    Including spare fairing ....i make my self
    i hope this box are fine beauty and strong
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  8. JimVonBaden

    JimVonBaden "Cool" Aid!

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    Excellent workmanship, and very pleasing looking as well! :deal

    You should be very proud of the work you are doing!

    Jim :brow
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  9. tgeliot

    tgeliot Topher

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    Your beautiful work makes up for any amount of bad English!
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  10. Flashmo

    Flashmo Whatever...

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    You do very impressive work.
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  11. Animo

    Animo Beastly n00b

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    Very nice :clap
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  12. VonHelm

    VonHelm soggy doggy

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    Old world craftsmanship is alive and well when resources are limited and people have real skills.:thumb
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  13. kirkster70

    kirkster70 moto junkie

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    You, sir, are a true craftsman! Bee-utiful work! :clap
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  14. the kaz

    the kaz has become "FERAL"

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    Home made my ass :lol3

    SERIOUSLY that is some awesome work :clap:clap:clap
    Don't worry about haveing bad english either as being fluent in english is most inmates dream including mine :huh

    Question though ?
    Did you consider welding or bonding your aluminum seal edge to the box & lid instead of riviting ?
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  15. bumper1871

    bumper1871 Been here awhile

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    VERY VERY NICE :clap
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  16. lauramarginean

    lauramarginean seriff

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    thx all
    The Kaz sorry i not understand the question?Pls more explicite pls
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  17. lauramarginean

    lauramarginean seriff

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    i tell u my englis is to poor
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  18. the kaz

    the kaz has become "FERAL"

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    The aluminum trim that was used to hold the weatherseal around the opening is currently rivited in place .... since it is clear you can weld aluminum why not weld this trim on ? or use some kind of industrial adhesive ?
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  19. PhotoBiker

    PhotoBiker Please insert title here

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    +1 my words too.

    Outstanding.
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  20. PhotoBiker

    PhotoBiker Please insert title here

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    VStrom?
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