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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #450 on: Nov 30, 2012, 02:05:53 PM »
My thoughts... Hmm.... How about you suck because you have a CNC machine available and I don't.

The rack looks AWESOME!

I agree with G on the brown leather bag.  That old bag just looks out of place.

As far as being QR, it basically is.  I mean how long does it tak to remove 4 bolts.   I have 4 bolts holding my Yamaha fender rack and can switch between it and a passenger seat in less than 5 minutes.


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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #451 on: Nov 30, 2012, 02:30:07 PM »
May I suggest that you drop the overall height of the backrest/support with the wolf/moon on it a few inches. It looks out of place sans the bag and with the bag you don't really see it anyway so you won't be missing anything. 3-5in will do it I'm guessing.

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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #452 on: Nov 30, 2012, 02:37:00 PM »
I think both bags are right on...goes with the look of the Bike.. sorta rustic. Luggage Rack is awesome as well, leave it the way it is......JMO :thumbs:
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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #453 on: Nov 30, 2012, 02:48:48 PM »
As far as being QR, it basically is.  I mean how long does it tak to remove 4 bolts.   I have 4 bolts holding my Yamaha fender rack and can switch between it and a passenger seat in less than 5 minutes.

Well, yeah. As long has he travels around with a 17mm socket wrench  ;D...which isn't a bad idea, actually.  :thinking:
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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #454 on: Nov 30, 2012, 02:55:35 PM »
As far as being QR, it basically is.  I mean how long does it tak to remove 4 bolts.   I have 4 bolts holding my Yamaha fender rack and can switch between it and a passenger seat in less than 5 minutes.

Well, yeah. As long has he travels around with a 17mm socket wrench  ;D...which isn't a bad idea, actually.  :thinking:

I carry a 17mm open end wrench (along with other sizes).  But I'm guessing he's only going to remove it at home or someplace he's staying for a period of time since he'll need a place to store it when removed.

When I went to WARR, I loaded up on spare parts and tools.

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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #455 on: Nov 30, 2012, 03:13:29 PM »
I think both bags are right on...goes with the look of the Bike.. sorta rustic. Luggage Rack is awesome as well, leave it the way it is......JMO :thumbs:

If we were voting, I'd agree ... they go along with the looks of the bike
    
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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #456 on: Nov 30, 2012, 03:20:45 PM »


But I'm guessing he's only going to remove it at home or someplace he's staying for a period of time since he'll need a place to store it when removed.


That's the plan, exactly, Ares!
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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #457 on: Nov 30, 2012, 03:48:16 PM »


But I'm guessing he's only going to remove it at home or someplace he's staying for a period of time since he'll need a place to store it when removed.


That's the plan, exactly, Ares!
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 :thumbs: Carry on.

Man, in my fantasy world we all live within 100 miles of each other and can get together to "help" each other with builds and mods. I for one would be happy to drink beer and offer suggestions while watching Wolf work on his build.  ;D  :givemebeer:
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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #458 on: Nov 30, 2012, 04:08:38 PM »


But I'm guessing he's only going to remove it at home or someplace he's staying for a period of time since he'll need a place to store it when removed.



That's the plan, exactly, Ares!

 :thumbs: Carry on.

Man, in my fantasy world we all live within 100 miles of each other and can get together to "help" each other with builds and mods. I for one would be happy to drink beer and offer suggestions while watching Wolf work on his build.  ;D  :givemebeer:

Drink beer AND offer suggestions. 
Wow!!  Talk about going the extra mile....    :rotfl:
 
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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #459 on: Nov 30, 2012, 04:09:57 PM »
:thumbs: Carry on.
Man, in my fantasy world we all live within 100 miles of each other and can get together to "help" each other with builds and mods. I for one would be happy to drink beer and offer suggestions while watching Wolf work on his build.  ;D  :givemebeer:

Drink beer AND offer suggestions. 
Wow!!  Talk about going the extra mile....    :rotfl:
Agreed ... bit of a stretch for me ... I'd just drink beer  ;D
    
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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #460 on: Nov 30, 2012, 04:10:47 PM »


But I'm guessing he's only going to remove it at home or someplace he's staying for a period of time since he'll need a place to store it when removed.



That's the plan, exactly, Ares!

 :thumbs: Carry on.

Man, in my fantasy world we all live within 100 miles of each other and can get together to "help" each other with builds and mods. I for one would be happy to drink beer and offer suggestions while watching Wolf work on his build.  ;D  :givemebeer:

Drink beer AND offer suggestions. 
Wow!!  Talk about going the extra mile....    :rotfl:

He'd probably be drinking Wolf's beer on top of it.


I wished I had anybody around to work on bikes with me. Maybe I'd get more motivated about my bobber project. I'd even provide the beer.

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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #461 on: Nov 30, 2012, 04:20:02 PM »


But I'm guessing he's only going to remove it at home or someplace he's staying for a period of time since he'll need a place to store it when removed.



That's the plan, exactly, Ares!

 :thumbs: Carry on.

Man, in my fantasy world we all live within 100 miles of each other and can get together to "help" each other with builds and mods. I for one would be happy to drink beer and offer suggestions while watching Wolf work on his build.  ;D  :givemebeer:

Drink beer AND offer suggestions. 
Wow!!  Talk about going the extra mile....    :rotfl:

He'd probably be drinking Wolf's beer on top of it.


I wished I had anybody around to work on bikes with me. Maybe I'd get more motivated about my bobber project. I'd even provide the beer.

I'm in.   :rotfl:
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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #462 on: Nov 30, 2012, 04:36:32 PM »
I did put PHX on my "dream sheet". You know I'm always down to break stuff. But, I'm not holding my breath.

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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #463 on: Nov 30, 2012, 04:48:25 PM »
Both you guys are welcome to hang out and work on bikes with me.

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Re: Wolf's Wild Bobber Build!
« Reply #464 on: Nov 30, 2012, 06:53:20 PM »
That is a nice rack.  Gosh, never thought I would say that to a guy.