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    Default Cone Shovel Mid controls Placement

    Iím trying to figure out how to mount Mids on a cone Shovel. I have seen photos of people putting tabs on the frame which seems to be the best route. Any recommendations? Any certain tabs to get? Any help is appreciated!

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    doesn't fabricator kevin sell a set up for that? I think it's for an open primary though

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    I’ll def check it out. I’m running an open belt. 1.5” something I forgot to put in the original post haha

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    You’re talking about floor board tabs I’m guessing. They’re often removed to make room for pipes. There’s the Midesota Mid pegs,or visionary Cycle products have a nice kit as well

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    If you get or read The Horse magazine there is a 3 part article in the June ,July and August 2015 issues on how to make a set that bolt right to the front trans plate mounting holes I did see a set online today that started at $600 from main drive cycle. They look like they are pretty nice ones too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pdriskill10 View Post
    I’m trying to figure out how to mount Mids on a cone Shovel. I have seen photos of people putting tabs on the frame which seems to be the best route. Any recommendations? Any certain tabs to get? Any help is appreciated!
    I run the factory transmission mount for brakes.
    And I just found out about this:
    http://speedclubinc.bigcartel.com/pr...uper-shiftertm
    That’s the route I would go. For the money and looks, I don’t think you can do any better.

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    I literally just ordered one of those, and the stock brake! Got the brake control in tonight and on... just waiting on the shift side now!

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