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    Does anyone happen to have pics of the Cyclerack rack off the bike or where all the mount points are? I'm thinking of building a similar design for the TB. Which bolts does it mount to aside from the foot pegs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiftline View Post
    Does anyone happen to have pics of the Cyclerack rack off the bike or where all the mount points are? I'm thinking of building a similar design for the TB. Which bolts does it mount to aside from the foot pegs?




    I just put on my Cyclerack (Thanks Palm State Crawler), but didnt take any pics of the install. It mounts though the passenger peg bracket on each side and 2 mounts under the back of the seat. Rock solid design.



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    exactly what i was looking for! thank you!

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    Nice, that was helpful. As I've never seen one in person it let me see the top plate mounting an how it forms a truss kinda deal. From previous pictures I was thinking it hooked into the turn-signal area. Good to know. OM
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    Thanks to Kat's catlike reflexes...I was able to pick up a a cycle rack for $100.

    It took about 20 minutes to put on. I just had to figure out which bolts to keep loose in order to get them all in alignment then tighten them all.





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    Howdy! Just installed my new cyclerack!! it took longer to unwrap the packaging and taking off the seat than installing the rack!! super easy!! very nice product and fast shipping...Great company!! Have a great day all...

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    You know you are required to brag and show pics too..
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    Heres some pic's of my new cyclerack and the front rack I put together from my original yamaha stock rack!!





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    Quote Originally Posted by digger988 View Post
    Howdy! Just installed my new cyclerack!! it took longer to unwrap the packaging and taking off the seat than installing the rack!! super easy!! very nice product and fast shipping...Great company!! Have a great day all...
    Yup I had the same experience, carefully unwrapped it, laid out the tools that I thought I'd need, next thing I knew I was bolting the seat back down. I highly recommend Don and Marc, good couple of guys with a business built on honesty and trust.



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    Def going to need that rear cyclerack.



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