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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Ricardo Kuhn, Feb 3, 2012.
Stainless head protectors, had just been down in this shot
You get the idea, its a beast!
2 alu boxes 40 liters each and 7 liters toolbox. The rack is developed special for the toolbox.
Soon will be ready with topcase rack and topcase.
Tool box behind L. rack has all sorts of room for tire repair and syphon hose, spare alt. belt and things. including
sardines and Eatmores. lighter and flashlight. Handy when things go wrong.
The roll about thing under the C. stand was easy to make helps in a small shop.
Moreover, check out the cruiser in the background with the large aluminum adv panniers!!!
I have old Happy Trails panniers and didn't like the way they only attach at the tops and can flop around. So I made some chingas out of Delrin to anchor them to the rear of the passenger pegs bracket. These ones are very rough, just to get the idea and try working with Delrin. In the near future I'll make some nice ones incorporating what I've learned from these.
Oil cooler & turn signal guards
Hand hold for Mrs Toyanvil, hard to see.
One piece rack for my PD
Light brackets - almost finished.
Foot for kickstand
front side cases bought from an army store. these are made for bullet carriage and were provided in green colour. ofcourse had to paint them and set them to my baby.
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May have to look close but made up a side stand foot out of an old plastic chopping board. This way it doesn't scratch the hell out of the garage floor and cheaper than buying a Camel Toe or similar!! Just made it slightly larger than the standard foot and bolted straight on (indented the bolts on the bottom). Just like a bought one.
Cost = nothing, just old bits lying around the shed.
Oh yeah... start production now... I'm #2 on the list !
or, more details and pics.
I like it too!
one of those "why didin't I think of that!" ideas right there. Good stuff.
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Love some of the mods
I too would like one of the light switchs! It's a great idea.
Bloody brilliant! Finally a solution for different load conditions. And transferrable to any bike.
Wow I have no idea we have so much talent among the members, Thanks for sharing and please keep it going.