trail tech mount with GPR stabalizer.. can i see what you did?


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  • ogrider650

Posted May 11, 2007 - 08:07 AM

#1

i wanted mine to be pretty visible since im blind as a bat LOL but with the post for the stabalzier it was hard to find a spot that would be sturdy enough to withstand my numerous falls :-). so i raised it above the bars right over the stab using some "special ed" engineering what do you think?
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it is very sturdy and has been in several wipeouts.
i will probabaly take it off this summer when it's too hot to race to clean it up and paint/powdercoat it

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  • Kawabuggy

Posted May 11, 2007 - 07:15 PM

#2

Looks nice! The only thing I would add would be to round off the corners on that bracket just in case you wipe out and end up dragging any body parts across it. That way, it would not do any additional harm!

  • ogrider650

Posted May 11, 2007 - 08:52 PM

#3

Looks nice! The only thing I would add would be to round off the corners on that bracket just in case you wipe out and end up dragging any body parts across it. That way, it would not do any additional harm!



yeah that was one of my to do items when i take it off to clean it up. i was trying to get it done in time for a race lol





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