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Old 04-19-2013, 11:29 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by oldbmw View Post
No reply from Pruster but I do have an idea. If you weld angle iron tabs on bottom of frame rails, you can remount your existing skid plate. A friend and I built a skid plate for a 1971 XS 650 I rode in the Barstow to Vegas Dual Sport event this past Thanksgiving. It took a beating but save my cases on a bike that had 3 inches of suspension travel. I think I will go this route. Then, the impact of rocks and boulders etc. don't transfer to the oil pan.

Sorry about that. I didn't check the mailbox for a few days.
I made some plates and mounted them between the frame and the engine.
They are mounted on the 2 12mm engine studs. I use the plates to mounth the skid plate to.







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