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I finally found some time at work to make some pegs and grips for the bike. Still need to mill cable connections on throttle side, and polish the brackets. Next comes side mount bracket, then sissy bar.

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They look really cool, good job!:)
DAMN!!! you did an incredible job with those. I bet you could sell a ton of them on ebay. Great work.
Damn guy, you made them, should consider a side biz! They look really great.
Nice work. What kind of lathe did you make them on?
cnc

Nice work. What kind of lathe did you make them on?
mori seiki sl-500 with live tooling.
That my friend is some very impressive work and is only outmatched by your creative design. Other fabricators should stand up and take notice to such a fine piece of art. Very nicely done.
What kind of material did you use? Were you able to drop the part complete off the machine?
Those are sweet. First set I have seen, that I said to myself...I want those.
...Miss my old job we had a full machine shop..Was always fabing parts for my bosses toys..
...Miss my old job we had a full machine shop..Was always fabing parts for my bosses toys..
i wish i had access to the schools machine shop again. i would have forwards alread for my bike
I finally found some time at work to make some pegs and grips for the bike. Still need to mill cable connections on throttle side, and polish the brackets. Next comes side mount bracket, then sissy bar.
Impressed, keep it up!... what chromer do you use btw? Also, quick question... why chrome the main gear and not all of the parts... ( plates )

Just curious as I have become weary of quick posts on this forum....
Lester-I decided to go with 2 ops. I was afraid if I cut them off they would get all banged up.I used Alum. 6061.

Red- Actually they aren't chromed just polished. I didn't have time to polish the plates. I do want to find a Chromer but I'm not done fabbing yet.

Seadawg-Yeah working in a shop has its perks. I'm a cnc programmer for an aerospace company.We have Horizontal Mills, Vertical Mills, Turning Lathes, C axis Lathes, and 5 axis Machining centers. I can program,setup, and run all of them, problem is finding time to do it.

Everyone-thanks for compliments.
Lester-I decided to go with 2 ops. I was afraid if I cut them off they would get all banged up.I used Alum. 6061.

Red- Actually they aren't chromed just polished. I didn't have time to polish the plates. I do want to find a Chromer but I'm not done fabbing yet.

Seadawg-Yeah working in a shop has its perks. I'm a cnc programmer for an aerospace company.We have Horizontal Mills, Vertical Mills, Turning Lathes, C axis Lathes, and 5 axis Machining centers. I can program,setup, and run all of them, problem is finding time to do it.

Everyone-thanks for compliments.
Man the fun I could have if I worked in a place like that. :D I'd probably never go home after work.
Just curious as I have become weary of quick posts on this forum....[/QUOTE]

no problem dude. I do everything quick, my wife will tell ya
Just curious as I have become weary of quick posts on this forum....
no problem dude. I do everything quick, my wife will tell ya[/QUOTE]

that might not always be a good thing like my ex would tell you. but that looks slick. wonder if you would get in trouble for cutting forward control brackets for us:rolleyes:
oops

Well back to the drawing board on the passenger pegs. I overlooked the angle on the pivot end of peg. You know the one that stops the peg from folding right down to the ground. Felt kinda foolish when I mounted them and they just hung there like they needed some viagra.
So you’re still in R&D, just not ready to release them yet. Huh?:)
So you’re still in R&D, just not ready to release them yet. Huh?:)
Yeah, front pegs and brackets fit well though. Richard your bike looks bad ass btw.
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