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Discussion in 'Modifications and Projects' started by Kubira, May 28, 2009.
Just made this lil thinga, works well. I can do 200kph, standing next to it !!
very nice, cost less than an Anderson, probably, so a bargain
Not as pretty as an Anderson, but that doesn't matter.
I would put small wheels on it so it rolls and is a little easier like bought ones. But that's just me
thats my next step, i gotta locate some wheels that will fit nice.
I like it - very ghetto. In a good way :grin:
fwiw I don't like the sound of you running the bike to 200kph unloaded on the stand. Sounds like a recipe for disaster. But hey, just make sure you're filming it when it explodes/falls of the stand
Beaut bit of work!
homemade stuff is great.... but when when it brakes and you drop your bike you have no-one to blame
One thing that I have thought of to add with the aobve comments of breaking etc, would be a support beam on both sides.
At work so I can't upload a pic to show
Little more welding and you've got yourself a swingarm!!
I echo the above sentiment of it needing a bit of a strut on either side just in case
Those welds are super tough, but if i wanna proply work on the bike i will need reinf. the arms.
hmm, where to find some more aluminium :roll:
All Done !!!
I checked out some ridgy didge ones at the shop, mines better. , soooo much lighter :roll:
Well Done !!!
Any chance of a pic to see the ends where it goes onto the swingarm?
awesome... now start selling them!
Nice clean tread's aswell
this i found online, too dark for photos.. Is that what u were after?
I meant the end of the stand, would like to know if it goes to a spool or a L bracket and to see how you did it.
Ok, I just drilled a hole thru the end, wrapped a few layers of 100mph to prevent rubbing swingarm on stand legs, 2x75ml stainless steel bolts to secure to the arm, and thats about it!!
I might, add some stand bolts(spool) or somethn later on for quick release/secure, but this will suffice for now
Thanks for that. might look at getting the missus brother to make up something similar like it.
Need to make use of him being a boilermaker.