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Old 02-18-2005, 09:28 PM
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Hey Popasick,

Not sure on the knuckle linkage fitament. The linkage runs underneath next to the primary cover on those correct? If so it would be close, but I'd hate to say it would fit no probelm and then be wrong.
On the sprocket covers I'm considering working on adding bosses and mounting holes for people to be able to mount the master cylinder in the stock location for those building Mc Worx Streetfighters or other similar frames that don't switch to Softail style controls. With the wide tire conversion you're running are you using one of the outboard bearing plates?

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Old 02-20-2005, 08:43 AM
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No sir. I am still up in the air between a belt or chain,still working on the swingarm. That would be a great cover and a big seller if you incorperated that into your cover for use with stock master cylinder---keep me informed because I want to be your first special order for that in CHROME
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Old 03-02-2005, 10:16 PM
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Justin, parts are looking nice bro...You are slinging those sprocket covers out wicked fast. I'm really impressed with the iron cross one. I've been keeping an eye on your website, and hoping to see a new bike on there soon. You've got some neat stuff going on up in da mountains. Makes me wanna move back to the springs and buy a mill and lathe I've been contemplating taking some 1/4 " plate and giving a go on my own version of a sprocket cover, but with a torch, grinder, and welder mine would be to ghetto looking.....
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Old 03-03-2005, 07:26 AM
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Hey Pointblank,

Thanks for the compliments on the new cover. Per Popasick's request I'm working on modifying my existing design to incorporate a mounting point for the stock master cylinder. Hoping to have it done and ready for market sometime before the end of the month.
I've had quite a few inquiries about full builds, but up to now everyone is still weighing the decision to give me the green light or not. I'm am very seriously considering selling my black bike after the 16th of April (the last show we have it committed to), and then getting started on another one incorporating a bunch of new ideas I've been storing up in my head. If it comes to pass you guys will see it here first.
As for making your own, go for it man! Sometimes it's the parts created by the simplest means that end up being the most unique and attention-getting. Just post some pics of what you come up with so we can all check it out.
And be careful what you wish for on owning machine equipment. I love my little Haas Mini Mill, but it equates out into a decent chunk of overhead every month, especially for start-up like us. But the upside is huge and it allows me to create new designs much more quickly then if I was relying on a job shop to produce my stuff.

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Old 03-03-2005, 05:14 PM
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Justin,Just send me a bill when its done,I wanna be the first to have it----The master shouldnt hide the design to much---and I need to space it out for my 13/16 offset pulley that just came with my 200 kit from Big Boar
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Old 03-04-2005, 05:17 AM
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Popasick,

I'll keep you posted and once I've got a prototype cut I shoot you some pics.

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Old 03-05-2005, 12:33 AM
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Sounds lovely---Im looking foward to having the first one---
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