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post #1 of 8 Old 05-01-2011, 07:37 PM Thread Starter
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Ive been looking for a couple hours on here for a post , from someone who made a custom mount out of wood... cant seem to find it, anyone help me out? thanks
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post #2 of 8 Old 05-01-2011, 10:31 PM
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no mount needed

I just scewed mine through the plastic light panel thing with the scews it came with. I read a few reviews where guys were not impressed with the trialtec mounts so I didnt buy one .
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ya, that is probably what im going to do.... but i just remember seeing someone make one from wood and post some pictures... i just wanted to see it again.. to see if it was something i could do or not. cant find it!
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I just scewed mine through the plastic light panel thing with the scews it came with. I read a few reviews where guys were not impressed with the trialtec mounts so I didnt buy one .

That looks damn good! Nice job!

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ahhh! found it... on z400 forums

http://www.suzukicentral.com/forums/...por-mount.html

i think the black wood here looks really good!.... dunno if we can do that to the XX
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i knew it couldn't be on this forum!!!! kinda had me stumbled there for a bit!
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nice job! i think i may do this as well and then use a crossbar to mount the road book. thanks!
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My Traitech factory plastic mount just broke. I need to get the billet kit because this cheap plastic is not meant for hard riding.
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