These are the front and rear wheel spindles for a Honda TLR 250, along with some suspension bushes and clutch line fittings. The front axle is only 12mm diameter so its too skinny to drill, the rear is 15mm dia so i popped a 1/4″ hole through it. The clutch fittings are to suit Hope bicycle hydraulic brake lines, these […]
These are titanium parts to be fitted to Lignum Vitae feet for Hi Fi systems and speaker stacks. They are top end commodities and quite exquisite when finished, but i don’t have a picture of one! The spikes are glued into a wooden foot and sit in washers fixed to the plain side of the ‘pucks’, the pucks are what […]
These are oil filler and drain fittings made from 6082 alloy, for a BMW racing outfit. The tubes will be welded onto the alloy oil tank, hence 6082 rather than my normal 7075 alloy as it has better weldability. The filler sit smack bang squarely in front of the back wheel, so i’ve drilled some lockwire holes in the cap […]
This is a new venture for me, getting some titanium parts anodised. I’ve had parts nitride coated for wear resistance in the past but never cosmetic anodising. These are titanium rear axle, suspension bolts and gearbox sprocket nut for a Yamaha R1.
And to finish off the titanium parts i’ve made for a Kawasaki ZX7RR here are a set of titanium suspension bolts. Normally i like to have the sleeves that the bolts pass through to hand when i make suspension bolts so that i can get the shanks a nice sliding fit with no play, but these are going to America […]
This is a brace of titanium engine mounting bolts for two Kawasaki ZX7RR’s. One set you will see is bored hollow and the other is left solid. The longest ones are 250mm long, even at M12 they took some time to get the shaft parallel due to the ever present deflection. I’m sure your dying to know how much weight […]
This is a 7075 alloy swinging arm shaft for i think an NSU, and the cover plates are to hide some construction damage.
These are titanium rear wheel axle nuts with countersunk titanium washers. My customer made his own spindles from some 7075 alloy that i supplied him, and asked me to make some nuts in titanium for them, and this is them:
This is a titanium swinging arm axle and a set of engine mounting bolts for a Suzuki Hyabusa i’ve just made. Lovely! The oem frame inserts are undercut inside so there is a bigger hole through the middle of them than there is at each end. I can’t undercut to the amount desired so instead i bored them out and […]
This is a 7075 alloy steering head stem collar nut. Its 60% lighter than the steel original! The thread is 25×1