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04-27-2009 03:52 PM
letitflight
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Originally Posted by lance328 View Post
Floorboards are polished and will be installed tonight!! I figured if I polished enough I could store information on them or at the very least be good enough for the Hubble . LOL Next little project will be saddle bag brackets and turn mount signal cover plates.

yes sir...they look awesome!
how much
04-27-2009 03:42 PM
jabarry Wow Lance, those look outstanding! Are you ready to open up a manufacturing line?
04-27-2009 09:35 AM
LibertyPilot
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Originally Posted by lance328 View Post
If someone wants a pair I will.
I'd interested in these. Sending PM...
04-25-2009 11:00 PM
hyperbuzzin Sweet!!
04-25-2009 07:25 PM
D2u very nice Lance.
04-25-2009 06:47 PM
lance328
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Originally Posted by OlHossCanada View Post
Those boards do look fine lance.

If I understand the opening post of this thread, you threaded and countersunk the mounting holes in the the plate. Then epoxied a flathead bolt flush with the top before gluing the rubber pad on. Is there a reason you didn`t just use blue or red threadlocker, instead of epoxy?

Do they fold up without hitting anything?

When or if my leg ever heals up so I can get out and do some of the maintenance and mods to my bike, I`ll be back to play 20 questions with you about these floor boards.
With tredad locker there is still a chance of the bolt turning when tightning the nut, no chance with epoxy.
04-25-2009 01:25 PM
OlHossCanada Those boards do look fine lance.

If I understand the opening post of this thread, you threaded and countersunk the mounting holes in the the plate. Then epoxied a flathead bolt flush with the top before gluing the rubber pad on. Is there a reason you didn`t just use blue or red threadlocker, instead of epoxy?

Do they fold up without hitting anything?

When or if my leg ever heals up so I can get out and do some of the maintenance and mods to my bike, I`ll be back to play 20 questions with you about these floor boards.
04-25-2009 12:53 PM
skalding Pretty sweet. I still love that yellow frame.
04-25-2009 11:50 AM
FlaRider
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Originally Posted by lance328 View Post
I extended the factory drag bolts and have completed fabrication and instalation.

Brake pad will be installed next.
Nicely done Lance.

They look better than OEM!!

P.S. Post pic of brake pad when installed.
04-25-2009 06:45 AM
Old Dog Well Lance If they work and feel as good as they look, you should be in fine shape...
Have a good one...Old Dog...
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