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    Senior Member r80rt's Avatar
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    This is the final version of my little front rack, I just finished it up yesterday.

    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    Looks good.
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    I give it two thumbs up. Nice job.
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    is that bent steel tubing or solid rod?



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    Quote Originally Posted by joe band View Post
    is that bent steel tubing or solid rod?



    i'd buy one!
    It's solid rod, it used to be a real estate yard sign frame. I have no idea how it ended up in my shed

    I'm attempting to get more of them made by a friend who has the proper tools to do it, my work is crude. If I can get some built at a reasonable cost I'll let you know.
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    Looks good. Plus you can ride put a super moto fender on it too.
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    nice work r80rt. Nothing is more satisfying than making something from the stuff you find in the shed. And just wanted to ask, do you think the toolbag will think your work is crude? Fine work in my book! TIM
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    Thanks Tim, I appreciate that. I'd say the tool bag won't give a rip about my ugly welds. It works for me, but I'd be ashamed to charge for it
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    I like that you added the bent up rod in the front too, nice cradle for your tool bag. I thought you were gonna add a headlight guard?? I really like what you've come up with. I'm gonna have to make myself one of those! Nice work!



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    I like it! Good job! I also like your CT90 aux gas tank.
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