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tat2dMISFIT
09-03-2010, 3:34 AM
Hey everyone Im working on putting different kits together for the home builder. I am posting this for some input from home builders and any fabricators that have positive ideas. my goal is to keep stuff built in the USA and be affordable. Im not the type of guy trying to get rich just keep a few bills paid to keep more parts coming out. Just looking to see what would help make things easier. Custom tools are in the works too. Also if anyone is looking for that thing they cant find let me know and i might be able to get it out of hiding.

oldmansporty63
09-03-2010, 8:10 AM
a basic pre-made wiring system with simple instructions for those of us who are schematically challenged would be nice.

superflysnow
09-03-2010, 9:13 AM
the bar kits look great, I will be picking one up here in a few days to mess around with. I think plate bracket, seat bracket and sissy bar kits could be well received. For the sissy kits, it would be cool to include implements to mount a light and plate. I know there are other kits out there which are fine, but the were not what I was looking for. You could do tall and short kits, offer pre-bent sides, crossbars, rings, bungs etc... a way to source pre-bent heavy gauge steel parts for a "home builder" to make a one off design...

garbage
09-03-2010, 9:47 AM
Looks cool to me. Maybe some motor mounts.

MegaDON666
09-03-2010, 11:23 AM
the bar kits look great, I will be picking one up here in a few days to mess around with. I think plate bracket, seat bracket and sissy bar kits could be well received. For the sissy kits, it would be cool to include implements to mount a light and plate. I know there are other kits out there which are fine, but the were not what I was looking for. You could do tall and short kits, offer pre-bent sides, crossbars, rings, bungs etc... a way to source pre-bent heavy gauge steel parts for a "home builder" to make a one off design...

+1 The longest part of my rebuild has been the fabrications, Tabs, Bungs, Brackets, Mounts

CMA406
09-03-2010, 1:17 PM
a basic pre-made wiring system with simple instructions for those of us who are schematically challenged would be nice.

i used to think the same thing would be great, but to be honest the wiring in every bike can be so different, i thinks its better just to really get a solid understanding of what is going on within your wiring, and then youll have the know how to troubleshoot it on the side of the road, which ive done many times.... jmo

TimB1640
09-06-2010, 9:37 AM
do you have any pictures or a website?