KLR only pics!!

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by damasovi, Jan 17, 2007.

  1. subafly

    subafly Adventurer

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    Dang thats burly! Sweet looking machine.
  2. Ernie83

    Ernie83 Adventurer

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    Where are those crash bars from? I need a set of those!
  3. Vic-klr

    Vic-klr TEETET Aventuras T el T

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    Home meed by a friend they need more work this is not the finish product.
  4. co.dirtbiker

    co.dirtbiker Motorcycle Enthusiast

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    What luggage mount system is that? I like the way it ties in to the rack. Looks lightweight compared to some others too. Is that aluminum?
  5. johnwesley

    johnwesley wanta be

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  6. nigelcorn

    nigelcorn Wannabe.

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    fantastic picture.
  7. PonchWV

    PonchWV Explorer

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  8. Ollie Gort

    Ollie Gort Haywood Jablowme

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    Very nice Ponch
  9. BrooklynOffRoader

    BrooklynOffRoader Concrete or the Dirt.

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    Took this pic with my camera phone, so not the best shot. I will take better pic so I can find out what you think of his latest KLR project.

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  10. HairBear

    HairBear I'm a Grandpa

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  11. hoyks

    hoyks Tightass KLR rider

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  12. mr. matteeanne

    mr. matteeanne Bender can pass him

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  13. stevie t

    stevie t some dude, somewhere....

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    and so it begins.....
  14. PWRCRZR

    PWRCRZR Grumpy Old Bastard

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    Here is a couple of my 07 KLR before and after a 3 day trip to VT to ride the PDR. I had just finished fabricating the racks and attaching the pelican 1430's..Everything worked well.

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  15. Slash5

    Slash5 I Should Know Better

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  16. TengaiJohn

    TengaiJohn Long timer

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    Just curious, did you make holes in the 1430s? Did you ever consider the 1440s?

    I'm about to do the same but I want to avoid making holes in the Pelicans and I was wondering if the 1440s were too big.

    Thanks and great looking bike.
  17. R_W

    R_W wannabe

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    Don't you remember the Barbie years???? :rofl
  18. matey peeps

    matey peeps Bead Buddy

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  19. PWRCRZR

    PWRCRZR Grumpy Old Bastard

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    I thought the 1440's sounded to big for me...Yes I had to make holes to attach them..I am not sure if you can get away from making holes.

    You can use rubber washers to seal the holes..
  20. TengaiJohn

    TengaiJohn Long timer

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    Ok, thanks.

    I have an idea on how to attach the 1440s w/o making any holes. If I get it to work I'll post some pics (in case anybody wants to try it).

    I saw that they make boar brackets for the 1430s, did you ever consider them?

    Sorry for hijacking this thread.

    BTW, there is a Tengai on the cover of Aerostich's catalog :clap