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    rear wing mount

    Here's my attempt at a rear wing mount while I wait for a better designed one to be made. I cant weld and only have access to a drill, grinder, bandsaw and vice. Probably $80 in materials and tripple that in stuff I broke making it. This is an APR performance wing I got like 2 years ago





    Fitting prior to paint

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    Re: rear wing mount

    very resourceful ...

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    Re: rear wing mount

    I think it looks fantastic!
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    Re: rear wing mount

    Quote Originally Posted by Karl
    I think it looks fantastic!
    I agree. Have any blue prints?
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    Re: rear wing mount

    Very nice! I like it better than my factory setup! The front tubes with the bends are classy!
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    Re: rear wing mount

    A few more shots of the contraption.





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    Re: rear wing mount

    Very good job!!

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    Re: rear wing mount

    seems sturdy enough. Though I'm surprised I could do the pull up

    Last edited by bolus; April 23, 2011 at 08:30 AM.
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    Re: rear wing mount

    NICE BIKE RACK

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    Re: rear wing mount

    LoL! It is definitely sturdy enough.
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