Jay's World of Invention
KLR thingies p.5
Lasted about a year but what do you expect for 50.00. Worked pretty well but I only bought
it for the voltage feature. Displays incoming voltage to .1v. Some silicon & acrylic has made it watertight. I think the
price dropped to 19.00 at www.improvementscatalog.com
I'd save the $ next time and just get a GPS.
My version of a MotionPro prop stick.
I think they make a great product but I made this one for about $4. The black
foam handle is just to keep it quieter in my top box.
Overall length: about 13"
Outside tube is 5/8 OD with
a 1/8" wall
Inside rod is 7/16" with a 1" round foot bolted to the bottom
1/8" holes drilled on
outside rod about 2.5" apart
inside rod has a single hole for securing at different locations
Just prop it under
the right side of the swing arm and it's surprisingly sturdy. I'll usually put a bungee around the front brake lever for
stability. To raise the front tire I put the stick under one of the right side motor mount bolts. Raising the front is a
bit trickier so be careful. I will eventually make the stick with a top groove to secure it better to the bike however it
works fine the way it is. A 1/8" hitch pin secures it at the extension heights and holds everything together when I'm
|Prototype rear rack for sale 7/14/02 - currently cutting hole for tool pouch (not shown in photo)
|My adjuster broke due to weak tack weld. Easy rived fix.