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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 12-05-2013, 08:09 AM
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Ah, the knee pad is kind of cool.

I used a truck mudflap:
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Good job folks. They all look good. I will be doing something like this soon.
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Looks like a must have for me riding on the roads here in Alaska.


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This thread inspired me to check out what might be available on fleabay. All I can say is wow. I was amazed at how many different shapes and bits were available for under $20 with free shipping. None were actually for a Versys but several had great potential. Thought many could make a good start for some interesting homemade hybrids..
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Nice idea fellows!
I will try something like that myself.

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All of these look much nicer than my set up... Which is an old bicycle tube cut in half and zip tied to the trellis frame. But my ghetto set up offers a bit more protection I believe.

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I used some rubber floor runner from Menards.
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