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Old 04-01-2009, 10:56 AM   #21
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New product from 47 Industries:

Axle plates!!

These are available in either 3/8" or 1/2" thick. The 3/8" would be great for Harley or cb350, cb 550, kz 400, kz440 and a bunch of others. The 1/2" are good for Harley, xs and cb750. They will allow you to use the factory adjuster hardware and axle on the jap bikes, they just need a spot drill. I will do that as requested for no charge. I can out fit them with threaded bungs as requested for a few more dollars. Overall dimensions are 4 1/4" long, 5" high at front, 2" high at rear. 3/4 axle slot (needs some fine tuning for the jap bikes but the 3/4 allows nice tight fit on the jig), axle slot is 2 1/4" long. They can also be re-radiused to fit a loop style frame. There is also enough meat on these to rework and shape them to your liking. You have to fit them for your tubing angles and diameters but all bikes are different there so there's no way I could do that part.

$50 a set + shipping with polished edges/spot drilled.
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$35 a set + shipping with the flame cut edges/no drill.

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Old 04-02-2009, 05:06 PM   #22
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Did a set of bars today. Not my usual style but..... Speedo housing for a cross bar. 1 1/4" tapered to 1" for the controls.


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Just finished up this Cross Bones for Dan Tag. He wanted to clean-up under the new Xian seat. Here's the start.


I hammered out the fender. then cut out hole and fabbed a tray to sink the computer into the fender. I used the original fender piece as the cover.


Fabbed an aluminum battery cover and polished off all the weld beads and polished the cover up nice-nice. The tins all went out to Ryzart for his treatment. The finished product.

Close up of under seat.


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Fucking stellar Mike! Very nice.
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It’s been far too long in doing this, my apologizes to Mike . . .

I had Mike do some work on a frame for me; it spanned the gamut from a simple weld, to mounting tabs to re-designing and building the entire back section.
I can assure you his work is impeccable, he’ll stand behind everything he does (he’s not crazy enough to stand in front) LOL….sorry.
He’s professional, his shop is clean and meticulous and his prices are more than fair (I’m going to get a discount on future work for this, right Mike)
I’ve had work done with other guys and we all have had our fair share of nightmares, but I would recommend Mike and 47 Industries to anyone who is just looking to get their “shit done right”!!!!!!!
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Old 04-12-2009, 09:41 AM   #26
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Thanks for the props boys.

Dave, I'm especially happy that you liked the work. I look forward to being involved in the next leg of the build when you are ready. I'm sure you'll post pix. when it's all done.

Here's a triumph hardtail I made this week. The owner built an entire bike and discovered that the hardtail section tubing wasn't as thick as it was supposed to be. I saved his axle plates and duplicated all the dimensions so he could pretty much just bolt it all back together.



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Cafe bike from the 70's are allowed on here right? If not then go ahead and delete.

This is one I had been working on for sometime. Just finished it up this week. '73 CB350 cafe racer. Lots of little mods here. Aluminum number plates, Benelli tank, HD tail lamp in a custom housing, clip-on bars, bates style headlamp, steering damper, shock mounted license plate holder, and some bigger Mikuni carbs. Paint by Ryzart is outstanding as usual.


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Custom z-bars I did tonight. 7/8" DOM. Tig welded.
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Mike did an outstanding job on these bars for me. They are exactly what I had in mind and they fit me perfectly. Can't say enough good things about Mike and 47 Industries.

Thanks again!
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Mike does awsome work you cant ask for more!
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Old 04-26-2009, 10:32 AM   #32
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Thanks guys. Glad you dig the work I'm doing. And thanks for choosing my shop to do it.

Here's the latest bit of work. A triumph with a David Bird hardtail. Had to mount the usual suspects.
Reinforced the lower portion of the motor mounts so the foot rest wouldn't bend them.


Needed to mount the West Eagle steel fender. The lower fender bracket had to be pretty long to reach from the x-member. Made this one and put it on a diet. Nothing super awesome, I know, but a bit nicer than a plain bent plate.


Oil tank needed to get hung. I centered it between the fender and the seat post/front loop. Then offset it a bit to clear the chain. A couple bungs in the tube and it all set.

Then on to the plate mount. This is bolted on with the l/s motor mount. Nice and sturdy 11 ga. and gusseted to fight off vibration.



One more shot of the r/s overall. I also welded up the seat mounts,and fabbed a little brake lamp tab on the l/s.
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Thanks Teach and Rich Pit. for the props. You guys make some damn nice stuff as well.

I've been hiding and not posting so much lately. I have a ton of stuff in the wings. I'll be posting it as I get it all wrapped up and show ready.

In the mean time here's a new take on a Big Twin engine stand. My customer needed something small as he has no garage. The center x-member comes out so it can be stored in a tool box drawer or a kitchen utility drawer. Pix. were taken before I put the pinch bolts on it, but they are on the final product to keep the cross-member in place. As with all my stuff, I will build them by request. Contact me for pricing.





you did a great job Mike. it is sturdy (not to mention very good craftsmanship) and i have used the hell out of it already.
thanks again!
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......i have used the hell out of it already.
thanks again!
Thank you man! Glad you are getting use out of it.

Here's a CFL frame repair I did this week. The owner took it to another guy who said it as "done right and slugged". It was crooked, over-ground, and not slugged. I cut out about a foot of the backbone, slugged it and brought it all back straight. Also had to replace some gussets and that support bar. I did some other weld repairs to various other tabs and brackets to clean it all up.
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Damn! Beautiful work, wish I could do work like that.
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Damn! Beautiful work, wish I could do work like that.
Thanks you crazybastid!

Here's a set of z's I just finished up for another JJ member. His specs. 4 1/2" rise, 2 1/2" drop, 2" pull back. 1". I can do one off bars to your specs. z's or bends. I do them in 7/8 too.

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Keep up the great work Mike....starting that next project I had mentioned to you earlier. I'll be in touch when I'm to the point of no return.
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Old 06-02-2009, 02:19 PM   #38
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Right on Kirk. Anytime you want.
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Old 06-02-2009, 02:22 PM   #39
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T-Shirts now available. M and L in stock and a few 2 and 3 XL. Sorry the XLs went real fast. Art by Ryzart and printing by NyAndy's American Icon.
$18 shipped to lower 48 and Canada. Anyone else email me. mike@47fab.com.

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Old 06-06-2009, 10:15 AM   #40
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We got Dice! That's right kids. You NJ guys can now get your fix of Dice right at 47 Industries. Pick it up right at the shop. I will mail them out to those of you elsewhere. Please PM for issue availability. Plenty of #26 in stock and a few others. $7ea. for #25 or 26. $6ea. for others.
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