Originally Posted by HogWild
I've had my roadbook on a stiff rubber mount. Even though it was pretty stiff, it still vibrated so much I could hardly read it when the engine revs were in the wrong place or the terrain was too rough. The flexible mount sounds real good, but I'm not convinced it would stay still enough for reading the roadbook and instruments.
I've got a lot of HDPE on my sidecar. In the States there's nothing that beats McMaster-Carr
for easy selection. The stuff is almost indestructable!
I've been trying to think of away to incoperate some flex in to the tower but without it getting bouncy, I don't know why I didn't think of using plastic. It's the obvious choice now Ive seen it used.
I have my road book on rubber mounts as well. When new it was ok but now on rough tracks it moves so much i cant read it.
I don't think you would get that problem with plastic.
I think I'll try replacing the two side plates on my tower with plastic and leave the rubber mounts out.
Thanks for the inspiration guys.