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Old 18th March 2013, 13:15   #31
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Finally the rear number plate bracket has been fixed. And yes, the brackets to hold this had to be welded to the frame. Having clamps and holders would have been possible - but they would not be rattle free.

The bracket welded to the frame.
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The bracket as it looks without the number plate
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The number plate needs to be aligned with the holder. Right now it looks very weird when its perpendicular.
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Great going.Looks good,some more photos would be welcome.About the welding part,am a bit skeptical on doing the welding job on the chassis member.If the area is not painted properly,corrosion can creep in.
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After getting all the stuff fitted, here is how my pulsar looks now
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After getting all the stuff fitted, here is how my pulsar looks now
Sorry mate I dont care how you like your modified bikes looks now.
I totally go mad seeing bikers deliberately removing the rear mudflaps/guards.

Its totally insensitive to other fellow bikers/cyclists, to have their shirts, apparels soiled due to these bikes just for the looks appeal.

Dont get me started on the moronic dumper trucks, tempos with
mud chunks and oil flying all around.
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Sorry mate I dont care how you like your modified bikes looks now.
I totally go mad seeing bikers deliberately removing the rear mudflaps/guards.

Its totally insensitive to other fellow bikers/cyclists, to have their shirts, apparels soiled due to these bikes just for the looks appeal.

Dont get me started on the moronic dumper trucks, tempos with
mud chunks and oil flying all around.
I get it what you mean, but I don't use my bike when it rains or it had rained , so the chances of that happening is very very less .
But a very valid point .

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Well here's something from my side. Rim stripes in orange/white and cut off stock mudguard (in a tricky way so that i can put it back on again during rains without any hassles)

PS : The second pic is taken at a slightly wrong angle and may leave you thinking that the crash guard is bent on th left side. Pardon my ignorance.
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