My custom floorboards almost complete

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TraceCave Customs

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Well after seeing other people floorboards getting made I felt like I needed to get busy and get mine machined. Here is my progress so far. Still have to flip them over and machine the back side then off to chrome.


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thecort

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Very nice!
Can you make an air cleaner cover, too? I may be looking to match up to my wheel.


BTW, I don't want to take over your thread. PM me if you prefer.
Tap it!
 
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TraceCave Customs

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Trace are you going to make these in a limited capacity?

I have talked to Bill about becoming a vendor here so I may be able to sell some soon and not step on any toes. Right now I was just making something for my bike and wanted to share (showoff...LOL) . I have actually had these designed for a year but never got around to making them.

 

TraceCave Customs

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Traceman, I actually like these a little more than the Thunder Cycle Boards. Not so gothic looking, just more clean and smooth.


Thanks Josh,
Well mine are about 1.5" narrower and 1/2" shorter than his. I just don't like that huge platter hanging out there so I narrowed them up. I am not big into gawdy stuff. I almost didn't put the flames but figured what the hell, lets cut it and see how they turn out. If I don't like them I can always mill them out and put in the diamond knurled rubber insert I have.
 
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TraceCave Customs

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Looking at the first pic now where the grooves are going just one direction is pretty cool too. May try a set like that and see how they look.

I just wonder how much the chromer is going to love buffing these out. LOL
 

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I see what your saying but I like it just the way you made them. All metal but lots of traction.
 

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