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Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by apexal, Jul 12, 2019.
I ordered a rear axle wrench for the bike from Australia and the shipping was only $20 Au....
OK that's about where it would end up with the shipping, so if that's an acceptable number to interested parties I'm game to produce a few and see how it goes. I'll post an update on that and probably will need to set up a vendors thread to keep in good standing with the mods here.
An agreeable price for me!
Have you guys seen this, looks like what we are looking for, and only $15
oh now they make one... I bought a wrench off E-bay and cut it down to fit the tool box
The one I got from Australia has the 22mm hex on the opposite end for the front axle as well...
Sno - I like that!
Is it long enough to get good leverage on it? Not sure how you would put an extension on those ends.
$40CDN is like $10USD, right?
You could always stand on it if need be.
Built my new GPS bracket today.
Anyone tried the new Touratech one? I keep looking at the pictures of it and think there is no way it can work with the GSA adjustable windscreen and fit the Nav cradle.
Where did you buy that from? Thanks
Per my correspondence with Touratech I’ll find out about their bracket fitting an adventure model in about 10 days when it becomes available. I’ll post results, for $99 it’s worth a shot.
The listing has ended but contact the seller he is always making more...
Nice. Ordered one of those combo wrenches.
This plus this will probably come out to be the same as $40AUD + shipping to the US.
I ordered a Givi gps relocation bracket from Italy , shipped yesterday with corona virus so I’ll give updates on it when I’m back from the dead as per the media outlets
Wow that thing looks stout! Are you also trying to put more weight on the front wheel? ;-)
No just trying to not have it be like the first bobble head version one I made. It's really not very heavy, the metal is 1/8" thickness mild steel.
It's the sportbiker in me, envisioning 14g of weight savings by cutting the center third of the bottom plate out.
Regardless, nice job.