Lmo wrote:Well, good and bad I suppose. Having that ringer in the bank every week can be good, but getting used to it can be a beotch when it goes away; having worked construction for years it becomes a way of life but it sure can be "exciting" at the end of the month. I never made a lot of money while self employed but I always knew when I was going to be "laid off" and there's a certain confidence factor there. I guess...
Rich, have you ever made any "contoured" hack seat inserts? Something along the lines of Recaro seats? Wife has a hip thing going on and the stock lump seat causes all kind of grief after a half hour or so.
Maybe something with a bit more shape to hold her into the seat without having to use the footrest so much?
Z-Man wrote:Hey Rich, back in 2010 you made a complete set of camo clothing for my 2010 Gear Up; tonnneau cover, hack windshield skirt, hack door cover, spare tire cover and even a cover for the shovel. Are you interested in making another set but in black?
wildhair523 wrote:I just got my 2013 T home today and was interested in a getting a tonneau cover for the car. The guy I bought the bike from said he had gotten a lot of help from folks on this site & recommended I look in the The Gray Market here first. What's the cost for a black vinyl tonneau cover? Can I use it with the windshield up or does it have to be folded down? Totally new to Urals and sidecars period - so forgive me my ignorance.
shawnfromvermont wrote:Looking for a seat headrest do you make them. I have a 2009 tourist.
Rich Maund wrote:A Ural sidecar is 15" wide at the bottom. Good luck finding anything but a small boat cushion to fit.
flcruiser2302 wrote:Rich Maund wrote:A Ural sidecar is 15" wide at the bottom. Good luck finding anything but a small boat cushion to fit.
So I guess making something like that, that will fit is beyond your capability? I am sure you would sell them. I may have to get an old seat frame and see what I can do.
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