would also like to get input on what to do about the footpegs ? any aftermarket floor boards suggestion or better pegs?
I'm sorry what I meant was they are too freaking tiny for a passenger to have any room is there any floor boards that would work that you know of ?
thats more of what im talking about lol thanks I'll see what i can do! hopefully just some drilling and tapping is necessary! I'll look around for some wire mesh I'm pretty unfamiliar with that sort of stuff tho lolThis would be (IMO) perfect with a bit of moding, i have one of these one my 350d tank, also I'd add steal mesh to the bottom for better pertection .
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Okay I'll keep this in mind lol my fiance who will be the only person riding with me down the river weighs a max of 105 but I understand the possibilities of wheelies and everything .. going through the water and everything the more weight helps tho and I don't go fast with it.. its like an old lumber wagon lmao. I'm just trying to find a cheap easy way to put a cheap rear seat on the back and keep it safe for feet positioning for her.You want foot pegs for the person on the rear seat? Or just footpegs? I used folding pegs for a sailboat mast, the black version of these:
I made a fiberglass panel along the rear fenders, using the fenders as the mold (12 layers, 2" wide) and then bolted the folding pegs to this when it was cured. Gives a lot of stability to the rear rider. Handles were 1" rounds, but I would use larger next time - 1 1/2".
Riding is much more stable if the rear weight is inside the rear axle, and grossly unstable if it is not. Rear rack is designed for 120 lbs, but not a rear rider. Any bump, even at 10-15 mph can flip you back, and quickly.