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  1. Motorcycle Riding Gear & Accessories
    I liked the design of a certain shock-mount license plate bracket available online, but found it overpriced - something like $67 shipped. So I had this made instead for half the cost. I added strap slots to mount the battery pack and increased the flange length a bit so the plate could still...
  2. Indian Scout
    If you own an Indian Scout Bobber and you're anything like me you probably got tired of riding around everywhere with a backpack after week one. It's been a few years since Indian released the Bobber version of the Scout and it seems like no one (including Indian) has made a viable saddlebag...
  3. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    I think it looks pretty cool, and it is safer than going helmetless. I've read that the bubble rattles quite a bit, has anyone came up with solutions? I was wondering about adding strips of velcro, or some foam.
  4. Indian Scout Guides and How-To's
    Has anyone done DIY reduced reach controls (actually, you're moving the controls, not replacing them)? Sure, the Indian ones are nicely cast pieces, but it's just brackets. Plate metal brackets can be made a LOT cheaper than the OEM castings. I'm thinking of doing prototypes from 5/4 and 2X4...
  5. Indian Scout Sixty
    Found myself needing some storage. The OEM saddlebag are too big for my liking. Rigged up some straps and a couple snap hooks and came up with this...
  6. Motorcycle Riding Gear & Accessories
    Anyone got any tips to share, any trade secrets? I'm just gonna sand it down, 800,400,120,80 then spray paint primer, paint, then clear coat. I'll try it on a spare helmet first.
  7. Motorcycle Riding Gear & Accessories
    Any suggestions on travel tool sets, roll bag brands, storage methods, essential but often forgotten items, things to nix from tool list that seem good but aren't worth carrying. I've got plenty of tools for my truck but am finding many are too big to use or carry around, and a dedicated bike...
  8. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    The typical British man-cave, for those of us lucky enough to have one at all, isn't usually as big as that on the other side of the pond. Keeping Mrs downswalker sweet by not having various Indian parts stored on the dining room table here at Chateau Downswalker posed a bit of a problem, which...
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