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Old 09-01-2014, 09:56 PM Thread Starter
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Street 500/750 after market backrest and engine guard fabricated by me

Hi all,

I have fabricated backrest and engine guard for street 750/500.

Price
Backrest: 9500
Engine guard; 9500

Both are available.

Contact @ +91- 9650477441 for order





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Devender Singh Brar
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Old 09-03-2014, 01:12 PM
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I wish that the backside of the back rest looked a bit more complete. A simple cover on the back would make it look a lot more polished.
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That is quite professional work- best looking back rest and crash bar. What is the gauge of the tubing of the crash bar?
I appreciate workmanship.
If you don't mind a suggestion, I would consider adding an option of a luggage rack. I think your customers would be finding a need to pack small items and if your backrest is not compatible the accessory is limiting. Also, throw-over saddle bag bars to hold leather bags off the wheel area might also increase possibilities and opportunities.
I'm just trying to be helpful, not get into your affairs. You have a lot of tallent and a great product from what I see.
Would you mind telling us what you have in the pictures for footpegs? They look like floor boards from the picture angles.
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Great looking backrest for the HD Street. Better than what I have seen elsewhere. I'm pretty impressed you did all that yourself . What kind of parts did you start out with from the store?
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Hi guys,

Thanks for your advice and reviews. I am also in the process of detachable carrier and whole backrest.

I will also launch custom exhaust soon with good amount of sound and performance with proper baffles which is being used by VnH.

Regarding rear view of backrest : I can't put HD logo due to trade mark issue. It's easily available from online and HD showroom.

Regarding engine guard material and pipe size : it's 14 gauge and seamless pipe.

Regarding rear mini foot board: I bought from HD. 110$.

You can also cost my website www.devdihatti.in to order products. I am also providing some free bie with backrest n engine guard.


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Is the painting on the engine guard in denim black??
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Regarding engine guard material and pipe size : it's 14 gauge and seamless pipe.


From an engineering perspective why are you using seamless pipe? To my knowledge all motorcycle manufacturers use ERW tubing exclusively for frames and engine guards.




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Hi Devender,

Where r u located? I am presuming ur in Delhi? What will the final cost of the backrest and what all products are you offering as free bie along with back rest

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Good Product i think, But just because it being used for a harley cant be priced so steeply
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From an engineering perspective why are you using seamless pipe? To my knowledge all motorcycle manufacturers use ERW tubing exclusively for frames and engine guards.
Have you seen this comparison on ERW tubing Vs DOM tubing.....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buu3Ytubp1s
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