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    Senior Member BUMBLESPECIMOODA's Avatar
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    This Buggar-off Mobile Is Nearly Ready.

    Except for a few minor details, my TW200 bug-out mobile is nearly ready.

    Just got the dry-bag rack done. 3/8" steel tube, brazed with silver wire. Just under 4lbs without paint.

    Testing it this weekend on a 4-day adventure. Will get it black powder-coated later.

    Also gonna get the double Rotopax mounts, so as I can add 1gal water packs to each side.

    Check it:

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    That looks freaking awesome. Totally makes me want to get out in my garage and do some improvements. At the very least, get the bike out in the woods and do some riding.
    Wife and I live near Tulsa, Ok. and we both have TW200's. They sure are fun!

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    Dude, sweet!
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    Fantastic fab work, brother! Huge fan of those footpeg FuelPax mounts!
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    Pretty incredible design. Good that you knew exactly what you wanted as it appears to be an absolute perfect fit.
    Congrats.
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    Thanx for the praise Gang. I made one similar for the fat bicycle, so it was only a matter of time to do it to the TW. It's my poorman's RV for now. The bigger life plan is a sprinter-type RV, with rack for the TW on the back. With Jesus' help, I hope to one day acheive this goal, before oldman death gets me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUMBLESPECIMOODA View Post
    Thanx for the praise Gang. I made one similar for the fat bicycle, so it was only a matter of time to do it to the TW. It's my poorman's RV for now. The bigger life plan is a sprinter-type RV, with rack for the TW on the back. With Jesus' help, I hope to one day acheive this goal, before oldman death gets me.
    Looks like you can go on some epic trips with that sucker. Super neat with all 3 of your dry bags in there.

    Where does the rack mount to the bike/frame? With the 3-bags, how much weight are you putting on the rack?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tylermoney View Post
    Looks like you can go on some epic trips with that sucker. Super neat with all 3 of your dry bags in there.

    Where does the rack mount to the bike/frame? With the 3-bags, how much weight are you putting on the rack?
    It mounts to 5 bolt areas on the tail. 1 in the aft-most position, 2 in the middle what hold the fender on, and the 2 for what mounts the seat. I drilled out the threads in the seat mount for blots to slide through, and then installed riv-nuts into the subframe, for the bolts to thread into from the top. Essentially reversing how the seat mounts.

    I'll weigh it soon and get back.

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    Wow!! Very nice set up!! Hats off to you sir!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedyTide View Post
    Wow!! Very nice set up!! Hats off to you sir!
    Thanx.

    I've still gotta get used to the blatant red jerry-cans. I wanted olive drab ones for this build, but only one place has green Rotopax. It's in australia, and they don't ship to canada.

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