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Front rack for the TW 200 Sits above the head light. So when you put gear on it, it does not block the Head light.

Made in the U.S.A.

Made from 1/8th inch aluminum. Comes with no coatings. No paint, powder coat, or anodizing. They will not rust. If you want it a different color, thats up to you.

Comes with 1/4-20 Stainless Steel button head bolts, and washers, Nylock nuts.

Bolts on to the triple clamps using factory bolts.

Has 1 1/8 x 3/16 slots for straps or bungee cord hooks. An a few holes for cordage or hook points, or mounting other accessories ( Like LED pods and the like )

20 pounds or less weight limit. ( It will hold and carry more than that. But I highly recommend that you DO NOT. I put 40 pounds on it for testing. I twas dangerous and Scary. Very unstable. You are going to notice 20 pounds enough. )

$70.00 Shipped in the U.S.A.

To order. Send a email to [email protected]
I will send a PayPal invoice to you.


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Installation:
First support the bike
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Then loosen and remove the Triple clamp bolts on both sides.
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Then slide one side support piece over the turn signal with the tabs pointing toward the headlight.
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Then install the top triple clamp bolt finger tight only.
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Then the bottom 2 triple clam bolts can be installed.
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Make sure your fork tube is in the right place.
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Then tighten the bottom 2 triple clamp bolts then the top 1 triple clamp bolt.
And repeat for the other side. Should look like this.
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Now for the top plate:

Lay the top plate on the side supports, align the 3 holes on one side insert screws from the top, Put the washers and nylock nuts on from the bottom loosely.
Do this for both sides.
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Then tighten them all up.
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Check everything again to make sure you got everything tight.

You're all done.
 

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Front rack for the TW 200 Sits above the head light. So when you put gear on it, it does not block the Head light.

Made from 1/8th inch aluminum. Comes with no coatings. No paint, powder coat, or anodizing. They will not rust. If you want it a different color, thats up to you.

Comes with 1/4-20 Stainless Steel button head bolts, and washers, Nylock nuts.

Bolts on to the triple clamps using factory bolts.

Has 1 1/8 x 3/16 slots for straps or bungee cord hooks. An a few holes for cordage or hook points, or mounting other accessories ( Like LED pods and the like )

20 pounds or less weight limit. ( It will hold and carry more than that. But I highly recommend that you DO NOT. I put 40 pounds on it for testing. I twas dangerous and Scary. Very unstable. You are going to notice 20 pounds enough. )

$70.00 Shipped in the U.S.A.

To order. Send a email to [email protected]
I will send a PayPal invoice to you.


View attachment 204762

Installation:
First support the bike
View attachment 204763

Then loosen and remove the Triple clamp bolts on both sides.
View attachment 204764
Then slide one side support piece over the turn signal with the tabs pointing toward the headlight.
View attachment 204765

Then install the top triple clamp bolt finger tight only.
View attachment 204766

Then the bottom 2 triple clam bolts can be installed.
View attachment 204767

Make sure your fork tube is in the right place.
View attachment 204768

Then tighten the bottom 2 triple clamp bolts then the top 1 triple clamp bolt.
And repeat for the other side. Should look like this.
View attachment 204769

Now for the top plate:

Lay the top plate on the side supports, align the 3 holes on one side insert screws from the top, Put the washers and nylock nuts on from the bottom loosely.
Do this for both sides.
View attachment 204770

Then tighten them all up.
View attachment 204771

Check everything again to make sure you got everything tight.

You're all done.
Very nice!
 

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I suspect that when I am finally allowed a trip to California to pick up my VanVan, there is a good chance I will sell the TW.

If not, I will buy your lovely front rack and the matching rear rack. Get busy.

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I suspect that when I am finally allowed a trip to California to pick up my VanVan, there is a good chance I will sell the TW.

If not, I will buy your lovely front rack and the matching rear rack. Get busy.

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It will be kinda hard to beat what's already out there for rear racks, But I will see what I can do.
 

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I suspect that you will find s way to do a medium, king sized rear rack, and panier, that will suit me.

Or is it time to start on the VanVan.

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I suspect that you will find s way to do a medium, king sized rear rack, and panier, that will suit me.

Or is it time to start on the VanVan.

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Ok. You got me thinking about it. I have some ideas to solve a couple issues I have with all rear racks. Stay tuned. And keep the TW.:cool:
 
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Loghousenut did a fantastic job of twisting your arm/suggesting (haha) you build him a rear rack!! He wasn't going to take a no at all!!! LOL :LOL:

*and you gave in so easily... :ROFLMAO:

BTW sweet job on the rack bro!! (y)
 

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Loghousenut did a fantastic job of twisting your arm/suggesting (haha) you build him a rear rack!! He wasn't going to take a no at all!!! LOL

*and you gave in so easily...

BTW sweet job on the rack bro!! (y)
Thank you. I guess I just needed to a little push to solve one of my concerns with building a rear rack.

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I'm in for a matching pair, if/when. :cool:
 
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Nice rack .
not something I normally say to a guy.
I am considering this rack for my EXPLORER 3 project
 

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I would like this rack much more if smaller mounting plates mounted to the
Triple tree and then the rack mounted to said mounting plates .
It would make it much easier to take it off and just put it on when needed.
Would you consider making a 2.0 version of this rack for people that
May not need the rack full time ?
 
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