Quick Shifter

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  1. Darkscout

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    Installed Kuryakyn floorboards on the scout and my boot wont fit under the gear shifter as good as I would have liked it to, even after making adjustments to the gear leaver shaft, so I was looking into a heal and toe shifter and came across the Holyshifer and thought that it would be a simpler solution, as it's a rotten day outside raining and cold, now was a good time to design a shifter simular to the Holyshifter.

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  2. Hey Yu

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    Flip flops/thongs would have been easier!
     
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    I only use them in china, along with a bucket for a helmet.
     
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    Good effort mate. I wish I had your knowledge/skills to mill or make stuff like this. Very cool.
     
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    Like I said on your throttle lock post top job.
    Maybe there is a side job doing more add-ons to our Indians.
     
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    The market place has quite a lot of aftermarket trinkets coming out for the Indian now, don't thin it would put enough food on my plate,,
     
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    It depends what you mean by 'market'. Are you referring to the 'global market' or the 'Australian market'. If choice is given, I always pay a 'little more' to support the local manufacturers or tinkerers (even retailers). With global manufacturing consolidated in China, Vietnam and Thailand, we cannot afford to lose the knowledge. It is estimated that China can use more than half of everything they make domestically. What happens in 20 years time, they don't need to export to make money?

    Dark, if your stuff is well made, reasonably priced and you look after buyers, I would be willing to buy stuff off you.
     
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    Thanks for your support and this is an insight in to what it is I do, to put food on the table.. http://www.propeng.com.au/catalog/

    Just don't get me started on Chinees rubbish that they produce.
     
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    Is this your business DarK? Fantastic stuff! No wonder you can make all these stuff. Excellent! Super impressed!!

    Re: Chinese rubbish - Yes, well... I guess we are all wise enough to know, 'we get what we pay for'.
     
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  10. Ozduo

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    I just fitted Kuryakyn boards (phantom mini) and having same probs. Looking for a different shifter any suggestions?
     

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