- Oct 27, 2021
Hahaha! I hate Starbucks. I know I’ll be crucified for this but I am drinking free Starbucks coffee right now thanks to my daughter working there.
0 x 2 = 0but still.
Marsfab offroad in Mt. Pleasant is a welding guru. He welded my aluminum MTB frame (back when I was slumming it - now 100% carbon) and the aluminum was as thin as a tin can. He's probably overkill for your rack though - that should be super easy for any welding shop. Martin Stutts welding on Route 49 does a lot of the contractor grade stuff on our projects.The GS came with a Touratech Zega topcase as show in the first picture. The other day I noticed the welds on the mounting rack were cracked as show in the second and third pictures. Touratech said they'd sell me a replacement at cost except that rack was discontinued a loooong time ago. The rack is made of stainless and should be easy to weld up but man I have no idea who to call about that. Does anyone have a suggestion for a decent, affordable welder in the Charlotte area?
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Not sure - I'm trying to learn more about them too. I think some are the same weekend as Enduro or HS races. Best part is learning about a bunch of different places to ride!Aren’t the ones in SC etc classes as hare scrambles and enduros? Are those different to the DS rides? Need to loo into it a bit more.