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    Default Triangle Brkt.

    Here is a scan of the triangle bracket for mounting the fairing on the carbon air runner. The original was made of 2mm (.080") aluminum. The ones that I had lazercut and sold to forum members were made of .090 aluminum (that's what the cutter had in stock)
    If I remember correctly I put well-nuts in, some had riv-nuts so the small hole should be sized accordingly.
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    Last edited by marvin; 02-26-2015 at 04:53 PM. Reason: wrong info.

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    I used well nuts as well Marvin, just gives a little room for flex and error.
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    Thanks
    I will try to do something with that...

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    Super just what I need.............many thanks. I,ve got some 1mm Ali plate lying around so hopefully it will do the job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dudlington View Post
    Super just what I need.............many thanks. I,ve got some 1mm Ali plate lying around so hopefully it will do the job.
    Ill bet all of you that Baba will do a dxf and 3D file... in proper metric dim's..

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    Has anyone made up a batch of these?
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