>Throttle Addiction Sissy Bar Frame Mounts
Nicely machined lower mounts to build your own design of a sissy bar. Drilled to accept 9/16” tube or rod material which can be welded or brazed in.
- for Sissy Bar
- for rigid frames
- steel, bare, for Ø 9/16” tubing/rod, with Ø 3/8" mounting holes
- length: 94 mm
- Ø 22 mm
Availability in warehouse Germany
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Bates T-Nuts for Sissy Bar Mounting Holes
Sometimes it's the little things in life that make the difference. Like this inconspicuous T-nut by Bates. <br />If you want to mount a sissy bar on Big Twin rigid frames 1936-1957, this is usually done at the mounting holes for the fender braces, which are located on the axle plates. The original mounting bolts are pushed through the axle plate from behind and secured from the front with a fairly large nut (wrench size: 5/8"). The problem is on the one hand, due to lack of space and mounting bolt length, the complete rear wheel as well as the brake base plate must be removed and on the other hand that the nut mounted from the outside leaves a rather bulky impression. <br />Bates T-nuts can be placed into the axle plate without removing the rear wheel and brake base plate. Additionally they are threaded, so the sissy bar can be mounted with a fairly plain 5/16“-24 screw. This gives the Harley-Davidson Chopper a much cleaner look. Two flats allow you to hold on to the T-nut with a 9/16“ open-end-wrench during installation.
The GasBox DIY Sissy Bars
The GasBox DIY sissy bar kits give you all the parts necessary to build and mount a bespoke sissy bar to pretty much any chopper or custom bike. Just cut the loop to the desired length and weld! Kit includes a pre-bent 26" tall sissy bar loop, two mounting tabs, two pre-bent axle plate mounts, two axle plate mounts, and two 5/16"-18 mounting bungs for mounting a fender.
Cooper Smithing Co. Duckbill Fenders
Steel fender with 3/8' beaded edge and a reverse lip, also called a "duckbill" end. The beaded edge gives the fender more rigidity.
Lowbrow Upper Weld-on Fender Brackets
Upper fender mount brackets which are meant for welding to the frame cross bar. Made from 1/4” steel material, which you can cut, grind, file or weld to make them fit. Slightly radiused with two 1/2” spacers so they also fits against ribbed fenders, but can be bent or flattened out to fit the profile of your individual fender.
Lowbrow DIY Fender Struts Kit
This do-it-yourself kit includes everything you need to make some nice, clean fender struts that are beefy enough to support your fender and then some. It is all steel so you can TIG weld it up, paint, powder-coat or chrome however you want it it and hit the road. Included are:
- 2 x full radius bungs, 3/8"-16
- 2 x counterbore bungs, ID 3/8"
- 2 x threaded bungs, 3/8"-16, 1/2" long
- 2 x button head socket bolts
- 2 x socket head bolts
- 2 x rods 1/2" thick, 18" long
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