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  1. #61
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Re: CNC Plasma On It's Way!

    Quote Originally Posted by zarex View Post
    A friend of mine is about to drill and tap the grab handles to accept a small angle iron, maybe 3/4", then go from there to see what he needs for a rack.
    Maybe you could have buyers send you their handles for modification or ask for a core charge until they send you theirs.
    I believe anything that mounts with pins or clips to the handles would rattle.
    My loose idea would be something along the lines of some type of angle aluminum with a backing plate that could be allen keyed to sandwich around the grab handle. It could have rubber lining to not scratch the handle. the rack could either be a part of the top attachment (angle aluminum) or bolted to it.

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  2. #62
    5,000 miles to knowhere
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    Re: CNC Plasma On It's Way!

    Team up with Kwick for a slightly sturdier [billet] rack.
    Quote Originally Posted by c10 View Post
    1100's handle better .
    Quote Originally Posted by KWICK View Post
    The 1100's handle better.
    Quote Originally Posted by zrx24 View Post
    In stock trim the 1100s do indeed handle better than the 1200s.

  3. #63
    I Make Stuff for Me
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    Nevada

    Re: CNC Plasma On It's Way!

    Quote Originally Posted by mtbspeedfreak View Post
    Team up with Kwick for a slightly sturdier [billet] rack.
    I have CNC mills and could build billet racks

  4. #64
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    Re: CNC Plasma On It's Way!

    http://www.zrxoa.org/forums/showthre...light=Rack+Ski

    The next step was a simple clamp on both grab rails with no drilling involved.

    So many options, make the rack able to removed and then bolted to swing arm to lift rear wheel, I got the prototype parts around here somewhere.
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  5. #65
    BadAss Hooligan
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    God's Country

    Re: CNC Plasma On It's Way!

    That's a concept and a half.
    "Enjoy your body, use it in every way you can. Don't be afraid of it or care what other people think of it... It is the greatest instrument you will ever own". Baz Luhrmann

  6. #66
    I Make Stuff for Me
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    Nevada

    Re: CNC Plasma On It's Way!

    Picked it up on Friday, first part is complete!


  7. #67
    BadAss Hooligan
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    Kittery, ME

    CNC Plasma On It's Way!

    Quote Originally Posted by Stites View Post
    Picked it up on Friday, first part is complete!
    Now that is an expensive dragon!

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    Houston, TX

    Re: CNC Plasma On It's Way!

    Quote Originally Posted by Stites View Post
    I have CNC mills and could build billet racks
    Sweet! I like how Kwick's rack looks on the bike, I just wish there was a little less flex in it. A few hunks of billet should take care of that - although the "L" might have to be removed from the logo at the rear afterwards...
    Quote Originally Posted by c10 View Post
    1100's handle better .
    Quote Originally Posted by KWICK View Post
    The 1100's handle better.
    Quote Originally Posted by zrx24 View Post
    In stock trim the 1100s do indeed handle better than the 1200s.


 

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