You may be right about the engine bracket. You are not the only one that mentioned it. It's just so convenient. But I will look for alternative options. Thanks!Not sure about the engine bracket you have the front mount attached to can support the engine. It was made to support a gas tank, think any torque on it will cause it to break. Otherwise, very cool.
Thanks! I am on a deadline...so making up a custom gas tank may not be possible at the moment. But I hear you and will see about something better looking and fitting down the road. Cheers!KOOOOOOOL ! All that nice work you need a custom gas tank to fit the frame...........Curt
Right. One has to thread the upper boss anyway... Why not use the original filler cap? And the bolt for the lower boss, now to function as a drain, is the same either way.Garden hose brass cap and threaded fitting is what most use for the filler.
Thanks Dan! And thanks for your "bumble-bee, Transformer's look".Dig it big time MBF! Really clever, simple mount. (I think it will be better than fine, but hey)
It's perpendicular to the twist/pull of chain operation. Left forward is holding the downward and right... well, same. (I rode the short bus, wearing a helmet on the road less traveled, to the school of hard knocks)
Has a funky, bumble-bee, Transformer's look.
Did you fab the mount? I really like the way you used what was there and made it work for your purposes.
It fits and sits perfectly. Can't ask for more.
('ceptin' staying there, LoL)
Gonna be tiring with the st8 handle bars. For long riding, I personally would use cow horned ones. so I was sitting upright and not resting on my arms. Buts I be lazy, yo.