Does anyone have access to a machine to make me a bracket, so I can assemble a Mr. H shifter?
When I see “Mr.H shifter” I think of one like this on Decaf’s machine. I’m not sure of the length or where the toe peg needs to be. The Buell shifter is 4 1/8” from pivot center to toe peg center. If you have all the pieces and know what you really need I can cut you a bracket from 1/4” Aluminium. It will be made by hand.Theres no machine. Blight posted a drawing with dimensions on one of the early pages of this thread.Does anyone have access to a machine to make me a bracket, so I can assemble a Mr. H shifter?
Well improvised, yt. Maybe go with a high tensile #10 bolt this time. They are black (at least here in Aus they are) so may need some silver paint. But well done, you. The Brits used to call roadside improvising to just get home "bodging". Bit of a lost art these days, not sure if that's a good thing or not...
That is why I sold my Storz. After shearing mounting bolts twice. I never lost the shifter, It was just hanging on the bottom of the mount. I suppose they were not designed for anger-stomp shifts. I've never had an issue with the OEM set up.Well that was fun.....not. One of the #10 bolts sheared off this morning on my way to work. Had to make a jockey shifter out of vice grips. I put bungees on them after I had to walk back after them once. Who needs coffee in the morning.