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    Senior Member T-Dub Ken's Avatar
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    As a hobby I design and develop parts for my motorcycles then make them available for sale.



    I am thinking about desiging a plastic molded interior fender for the T-Dub that will fit under the rear fender.



    My plan is to develop a system that would allow the seat to come off with a key lock. Then under the seat would be this

    depression formed into the plastic fender liner providing more storage and a liner to keep mud and water from hitting the underside

    of the seat pan in that area.



    I think there is enough room for a shallow pan to set under the seat and provide this fender liner.



    I've had some requests for a rear fender liner to be made for the T-Dubs.



    Is anyone on this forum interested in this idea? Do you have any requests or thoughts along these lines?



    I am always open to ideas.



    Also, if you have any other items you might want for the T-Dub that we can machine in Aluminum or mold in plastic

    please let me know.



    I will take the month of December to come up with some new ideas and post them on the forum for feedback.



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    Yes sir...



    It would be nice to have a water resistant nook to store registration and insurance card without exposure to elements. The only other concern I'd have is rear wheel articulation UNDER the seat storage box.



    For me, this has been a concern for sometime as I had years ago spent many riding hours on a vespa scooter overseas. Honestly its the ease of abundant storage options that make scooters so attractive. Having such horribly bad road and highway conditions here in my community, the TW's over-sized tires actually assist in absorbing such calamitous pot-holes and the like. I have read within these forums where other owners have installed Panners in addition to various box's atop the numerous racks available. This... at least for me, is the very reason I have selected the TW as my future runabout.



    Any amount of additional storage would be a welcome addition.
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    PTFE skidplate.



    Make mine in O.D. green, please.



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    I looked at that wasted area and thought about maybe installing a pelican box in there.

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    Hi

    I think a brake disc and caliper guard would be a good idea.

    I haven't spent any time researching what might fit like YZ80 etc, so check first, don't want to waste your time Ken.
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    Senior Member T-Dub Ken's Avatar
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    Thanks for the ideas.



    A skidplate and an engine guard are on my list too.



    The Caliper disc protector is something I should look at.



    Keep the ideas coming.

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    Moto Guzzi V7 Stone 2015

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly Fox View Post
    Hi

    I think a brake disc and caliper guard would be a good idea.

    I haven't spent any time researching what might fit like YZ80 etc, so check first, don't want to waste your time Ken.


    I know that it is plastic...but I put this on my T dub and feel like it really improves the look a lot. Of course, I am aiming to keep it looking more like an off road t dub than a road t dub.
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    What about bigger footpegs? Gotta be a big market for that as so many of us have sent off to China and other parts beyond for them.
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    Plastic tank fairings to give it that dirtbike look, in white please!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sailorjerry13 View Post
    Plastic tank fairings to give it that dirtbike look, in white please!!!




    Yes some of these would be nice...as long as they're not $400






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