a. pics still coming
been sorting out shipping
I DO NOT HAVE anyone's addresses, but have processed some payments
got boxes squared away
please send your mailing addresses to [email protected]
bargain4dealz.com is my storefront, I apologize for it looking like a ghost town website, since I do it all myself, sometimes stuff doesn't get updated quickly enough,
I've been trying to hire help, but so far no takers.
my PM box is getting too full to trust that I'll get all the messages.
so either try or just send information directly to my cell phone [email protected]
Been getting some questions, and pics still coming
so here's a little Q and A
Originally Posted by OuchMMC
so whats the story with these exactly? are they made for the RG? did you make the mesurments your self are they the ones that yaffe makes? is there a website i can look at before purchase or just a garage project?
a: these are a refined copy of what I've been using for over a year.
designed for road glide specifically, I got the measurements by using my computer and running off protoypes until I felt the space was utilized 100%.
these can also hold additional satellite brackets on the ends for maybe crossovers and/or capacitors, FYI
that's a trick question, because I have always worked out of my garage to some degree and for several years.
I have a shop out back, but got tired of walking out there so yes, set up a bench in my garage, everythings close.
as previously mentioned, my website will be updated shortly, I'm no web master, just like having my own site, mostly just to put personal items up that I'm selling.
the reason I'm making these is for this place, no great plans to conquer the universe, just build some high quality widgets.
okay. some pics
notice they are all very consistant
here is the bolt mounting space, allows for maximum knob button dial and plug in access
honestly, jury still out on fasteners, these are brass coated, I believe I would like to try nylon machine screws this next time around.
but this pic shows you the placement
then this overhang I have been talking about, 3/4"
allows future mounting of additional lightweight stuff
I kept it in the design to help isolate the two pair of speaker backwaves
not eliminate, just slow 'em down, all really a theory