Although there are also carriers in the motorcycle after parts, many of them are incompatible with incompatible designs, low in strength and low in price, they are more rugged and cheaper, and based on this, their own good is good. Practical point of sale that is not decorative design is good for parentheses.
Used for installing the rear box of the little cub
On 2016-01-07 23:49:36
Little Cub's genuine career is thin and short compared to Super Cub. Purchased for installing a slightly larger BOX (say JMS SS size). Since the carrier mounting part (rear part) of Super Cub and Little Cub was different in size, we saw it on the net, so the difference in dimensions is as planned. Insert four washers for each gap of about 4 mm on one side and install. (Bolt is replaced with 5 mm long bolt) Since it is a very cheap price compared with genuine, put a hole directly in the carrier and attach BOX. It is a gussely attachment which is not comparable with the genuine career of Little Cub. A satisfactory result was obtained. Two points to worry about · When drilling and machining the center with a punch on the top board, the steel plate of the top plate is made of a considerably thin steel plate sinking together to the periphery hit by the punch Appearance. · The electric system cable cover around the back is slightly pressed on the lower part of the table top side (Because it is a little cub??) It is a tube that covers the cable and waits for you. It seems to be rusty because the plating is thin but I do not care because it is hidden behind the box and can not be seen.
I bought it as a turnip 90 (for HA 02), but the rear attachment stay will have a gap of 10 mm on either side with respect to the attachment position of the fender. As it is possible to tighten the bolt, there is a possibility of damage so we could install the nut instead of the spacer. Because it is for turnip, it thought that it can be installed as it is, but I purchased it but I was touched by the installation. However, I was able to purchase it very reasonably on the price side.