JNS Engineering - KLR650 + DR650 Goodies!

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by JNS Engineering, Aug 3, 2013.

  1. JNS Engineering

    JNS Engineering Been here awhile

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    Hi folks, I recently updated the JNS website and launched a few new products. Please take a look here...

    www.jnsengineering.com

    In other news, I've added a DR650 to the stable. A skid plate and rear rack are in the works. :clap
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  2. MtnRider2

    MtnRider2 Been here awhile

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    Excellent products!!!!! Have your skid plates on both of my KLR's as well as the radiator guard on one.

    Did have to do slight modifications to the guard for my IMS tank.
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  3. EOD3MC

    EOD3MC What will break next

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    I've had a JNS plate on my KLR for a couple years now...and it has taken a beating :D

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    Big gouge from some West Virginia rocks
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    just a little dent on the left side, probably from the same bunch of rocks...
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    I've never been very gentle with it and it's certainly done it's job :thumb
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  4. HighFructose

    HighFructose Banned

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    what color is the diesel shirt?
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  5. JNS Engineering

    JNS Engineering Been here awhile

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    The shirt is light brown.

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  6. JNS Engineering

    JNS Engineering Been here awhile

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    EOD3MC & MtnRider2, thank you for sharing!
    John
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  7. greyguy1

    greyguy1 n00b

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    Just ordered a radiator guard for an '07 KLR, will report back once it is received and installed.
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  8. JNS Engineering

    JNS Engineering Been here awhile

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    Thank you! Your has shipped.

    I worked on the DR650 rear rack yesterday. Should have a prototype very soon! :clap

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  9. Rusty Rocket

    Rusty Rocket Life behind "Bars"

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    one suggestion for the DR650 plate. Make it a bit longer than many of the other offerings, by extending it rearward and pick up the 2 mount points on the frame. Other plates are dangerously close to the cases when the clamps are installed and risk pushing a bolt through the case.
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  10. TrophyHunter

    TrophyHunter Long timer

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    Ordered a cooler guard for my DR. As Rusty pointed out - connect to the rear bolts. I purchased one that did after watching a plate mount go through the bottom of a DR case. I'll add a preference for extending it out to the sides an inch past the frame, too. I get in some rocky areas and I'm sure that little bit has saved my case.
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  11. JNS Engineering

    JNS Engineering Been here awhile

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    Thank you for the order and input. Do you want to wait a few weeks for black powder coating?

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  12. JNS Engineering

    JNS Engineering Been here awhile

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    Great input!

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  13. JNS Engineering

    JNS Engineering Been here awhile

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    Some prototype pics...

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  14. JNS Engineering

    JNS Engineering Been here awhile

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    One piece construction :clap

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  15. mdns

    mdns n00b

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    Add to cart
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  16. JNS Engineering

    JNS Engineering Been here awhile

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    It should be ready by end of the year! :clap
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  17. JNS Engineering

    JNS Engineering Been here awhile

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    Almost there!

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  18. JNS Engineering

    JNS Engineering Been here awhile

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    Beefy rubber isolators for the rear mounts!

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  19. Mr. Canoehead

    Mr. Canoehead Taste Gunnels!

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    On the DR plate, it would be nice if you could incorporate a place to hook a trail stand (or equivalent) to raise the front tire.
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  20. JNS Engineering

    JNS Engineering Been here awhile

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