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Pete-NZ 08-16-2011 09:24 PM

XR250 hack build
 
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Idea !
Build a light adv hack for hunting / camping gear / guns:clap
Has to be easly removeable "3 bolts"
No altarations to the bike other than a sub frame.
Bike has to beable to still lean...

So start with the sub frame.. prob the hardest
part of the whole build as yer have design constraints
from the bike.. So I ended up with a sub frame I can live with..

started on a slideing limiting strut to stop the bike falling over
when parked but still let the bike lean..

Pete-NZ 08-16-2011 09:26 PM

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On the bike

AceRph 08-17-2011 07:17 AM

:lurk

sidecarstar 08-17-2011 01:15 PM

cool I'm going to do one with a lawn sweeper for my TTR110 pit bike. Why not make the task fun?

SETHZILLA! 08-29-2011 11:24 PM

Looking good so far Pete, can't wait to see more pics. I am getting ready to build the same style of setup on my XR650!

halflive 08-31-2011 05:41 AM

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Pete-NZ 09-03-2011 12:25 AM

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Originally Posted by halflive (Post 16752395)
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Yes there will be gussets welded in...
Hope to get the frame tacked togeather 2morrow at long last....
keep getting side tracked...

Pete-NZ 09-03-2011 12:34 AM

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Originally Posted by halflive (Post 16752395)
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Yes there will be gussets welded in...
Hope to get the frame tacked togeather 2morrow at long last...
Keep getting side tracked...

Pete-NZ 09-03-2011 06:39 PM

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Basic frame tack welded togeather...
steel is 25x25x3 RHS..
The swing arm mount has to be shortened
yet...

Pete-NZ 09-09-2011 06:57 PM

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A bit more progress...

Pete-NZ 09-09-2011 06:58 PM

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and this one..

D.Bachtel 09-09-2011 08:13 PM

Looks to be well thought out Pete, and well constructed.
I'm just trying to grasp the concept of a leaner in an off road situation or even an on road situation.
Is it like having a folding tagalong dolly attached to the side of your bike?
I want to see video of you getting light on some whoopy terrain ...:eek1

Don in Nipomo

Pete-NZ 09-09-2011 09:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by D.Bachtel (Post 16823074)
Looks to be well thought out Pete, and well constructed.
I'm just trying to grasp the concept of a leaner in an off road situation or even an on road situation.
Is it like having a folding tagalong dolly attached to the side of your bike?
I want to see video of you getting light on some whoopy terrain ...:eek1

Don in Nipomo

A leanning car on a dirt bike is really a unknown..
I have not seen another unit.. So I thought I would
give it a go...If it proves to be no good I can relpace
the slideing limiting struts & soilidly mount it...

Pete

D.Bachtel 09-09-2011 09:17 PM

OK, you go first.. I'll watch.

Don in Nipomo

Kai Ju 09-09-2011 09:18 PM

XR Leaner
 
Owning an XR650R and having had the pleasure of riding a 'normal' hack, I'm really curious about this build and will be following it closely.
I won't have to worry about catching air, much, since it's set up for the street, but I wonder if a damper of sorts would keep the chair from extending too quickly should you catch air in an off road situation. It should keep the chair from just dropping away but not prevent leaning and if you can find one that is adjustable you can fine tune it for a given situation.


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