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    Senior Member emilliano's Avatar
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    The guys out in Idaho at Cycleracks are adding mounting tabs to be able to mount the TUBES under the rack !



    This makes a nice clean simple solid hidden installation !



    I have asked for the "standard" size tubes ...which holds the fuel canister.



    Got the idea from the postings on this forum !



    Check it out !!



    Almost reaching my goal of 30. TW200's. To open my shop here in the Caribbean, if you come to St John, you can rent a TW200 to explore the 19 sq/miles of paradise !!



    Speed limit 25 mph



    Up over Bordeaux Mtn 2000' elevation then back down to sea level ...



    Fantastic !!



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    emillio,



    This is good news. Do you have any pictures of these racks?

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    Will it look like mine



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    Toyanvil,



    Your rack looks REALLY REALLY nice! You did a very professional job.



    Will you move to Oregon and be my next door neighbor?



    Do you by chance have a full side view of your bike. I would like to see how the rack looks from the side.



    Nice job.

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    Yes the rack/tube assembly looks great. Instead of moving into his neighborhood, transform yourself into a mobile fabricator and fabricate all of our racks so our TW racks look at good as yours. VERY SLICK and SLEEK.
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    i seen your post early on and liked it alot and decided to do it to mine as well it is a nice set up i had to extend my bracket that mounts under the seat a extra 3/4 of a inch so that the canister didnt rest on the rear blinkers it is getting painted black i think the rack looks a lot better black my bike is black and white cant wait till the paint is dry so i can put it back on the bike thanks for the cyclerack mod idea you

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    Thanks

    Cycleracks makes a GREAT rack and I love modifying things it has become a sickness. Now I am working on a LED tail light/license plate mount that will use the tube bolts and eliminate the stock stuff.

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    I got lucky, mine just miss the rear blinkers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toyanvil View Post
    Toyanvil,



    Thanks for the pics. Wow. It looks very good. You should be proud. (The touch of black from the "DUNLOP" decal on the swingarm also really looks good).

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    I'm sure (because I do this regularly) that if you had to do it over again you'd do it better/ faster bc you worked all the bugs out the first time around... I'll bet you wish you could do it again !! And LUCKY YOU I'll be in bako over t-giving... Awwww... I can't keep this up.... If you're feeling like you'd ever want to do it again, pleeeease pick me !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by old white truck View Post
    Toyanvil,



    Your rack looks REALLY REALLY nice! You did a very professional job.



    Will you move to Oregon and be my next door neighbor?



    Do you by chance have a full side view of your bike. I would like to see how the rack looks from the side.



    Nice job.
    Sorry, he's moving to Rhode Island
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