Yep I agree, nice to make stuff, but it does get time consuming. If you get everything right the first time, then it is great. Nice job, those are beautiful.well it takes me time to sit design, have a couple of beers. program cnc have a couple more beers, pass out. wake up set up cnc mill, drink a couple while parts run. If part looks good and works well, then ill celebrate to that. It usually takes about a week from design to finished product. where as if harley has it in stock it will only take 1 day to pick them up. But for 700 i rather enjoy my journey in making them myself
Was wondering that too. Couldn't you machine them out of steel?Nice...is aluminum going to be tough enough for rockers long term?
And from the sounds of the beer consumption during fabrication, he just might!if hes got the talent and machinery to make these im sure spinning up some bushings would be something he could do in his sleep
Did a neuton force test and it will definately withstand carrying 4 big 600 lbs ladies. And i can also make u some stainless ones if u like but will be alot more $$$. But thanks for the info. Remember I will be riding the bike so if u dont hear back from me u were definatelt right.Your talented CNCinst for sure but rockers dont cost $700 and Aluminum is not strong enough. They also wont look rite on any harley springer Ive ever seen. Make them from stainless and buff all those machine lines out and dont put a name on it and your on to something.
They do look great.installing them on front end. looking preety good to me