I agree, it is very sturdy and well made. For 35$ you will not find better. With his last model, you do not even have to remove the axle bolt ... you just need to loosen it.Okda said:StraightJacket, he is a member here
Use the search to find his thread
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heres mine from him;
That's horizontal. godeep asked for vertical. Road 6 Customs has vertical plates mounts.
I'm looking for a good vertical that tucks in behind the pulley and has the same curvature.
I am looking for a curve one like the link. Road6 and Straightjacket both look good to me. The rear axle is about to come out of mine, so I want to be ready.Elle said:I have the road 6 curved verticle. Haven't mounted yet since the the axle bolt does have to be removed. Getting that and new tire mounted soon
NICE! It's cool to see some pics out there now! Thanks guys! Ya, it's really no big deal vert/horiz, I can even stick it on there diagonal if ya want? ;D The plate is just welded on. Dont see why it couldn't be curved also, should be no prob?
The road6 is a very nice bracket, but be careful there's enough room on the axle to get to the locking portion of the axle nut. The metal I'm using is 1/8" thick and takes up all the extra room, I don't know how thick road6's is but it looks thicker?
I really like those. do you remember what size mounting hole we have? Im going to order one
No, it has never scraped yet..also sorry if this is a nutty question...maybe im still in sportbike mode but does your horizontal plate ever scrape in any of your turns?