I added one of those to my bike a while ago for my gps. looks good, Pete. Really clean install as always
Thanks mate! And yes, they come in very handy! I've thought about one for ages and the location was the issue. Have to see how it holds up when I get something to use with it...YogiBear said:I added one of those to my bike a while ago for my gps. looks good, Pete. Really clean install as always
Cheers mate! Yep, she gets ridden every working day and on the weekends when I can and in fact I just wish I had more time to ride... : Actually she's almost at the 6000km mark since the rebuild... just waiting on bits to arrive from the US and the second service will be doneMaritime said:Really nice work Pete, best part is you ride it! I wish I could keep my GL clean like that, I still have a layer of crap from my 4200 Km trip to the M-O GTG and back and it is baked on good. O well, I have a garage now and winter to make her pretty again.
Thanks HD! Very happy with herHoosier Daddy said:BEAUTY!
Thanks mate, and yep you sure could!jfman said:Your build makes me think that with some rear frame mod, one could build a dual sport or a supermotard from a little GS. Lots of unique things on this one.
Hey mate, the stock spikes had mostly rusted away and broke off when removing the old cover, so the upholsterer just used contact adhesive and glued it in place. It's holding up real well but I think they have better glue than I do...GS750cafe said:Hey Pete-
You might remember I am building a '77 gs 750 cafe. I too am using the original seat pan on mine. Is your seat cover attached to the pan via the metal tabs on the bottom of the seat pan or some other method?
Good stuff, I reckon you should be rightGS750cafe said:Thanks for that, Pete. I've ordered some foam and vinyl and will give it a shot... can't be any harder than chopping and welding the sub-frame, welding rearset tabs or rebuilding forks, right?