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Old 07-25-2015, 05:34 PM   #301
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dude. the bracket is not connected to the exhaust in a way for the exhaust to have any detriment effect on it, the bracket is only for the fender eliminator

so the exhaust has no meaning on it, dynamic vibration have an effect only when the piece bends enough to be a fatigue, this one does not bend in the exact place where the separation happened,

so no, nothing to do with it,, please send more of....whatever you have.
So this is a fender eliminator strap or a muffler strap or both?
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Old 07-25-2015, 05:37 PM   #302
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I just Googled motorcycle slip on muffler strap broke and found several people experiencing the same thing and the strap broken at the same place. If you want to believe that a piece of metal can't fail...... well...
That's like saying you believe the internet don't lie
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Dude. This vibration is minimal for carbon steel.
The weight on the bracket is also minimal. This bracktet bending is next to nothing. It is not connected to any other piece of the bike to add a load sufficient to make it vibrate that bad.
Besides i havent heard or even read of any other aftermarket bracket snapping due to fatigue
Ok, I just looked at your pictures again. This strap attaches to the brace holding the tag/ tail lights?
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Old 07-25-2015, 05:49 PM   #304
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Ok, I just looked at your pictures again. This strap attaches to the brace holding the tag/ tail lights?
yes thats it
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That's like saying you believe the internet don't lie
then you are a filthy liar lol
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yes thats it
Ok, so the bracket is only attached to the frame under the seat and the bracket that broke attaches to the end near the tag/ turn signal?
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Are you going to answer or are you too busy on the Make A Wish website telling little cancer patients that their wish is unrealistic and that they should be happy going to Chuck E Cheese?
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Said thats it. You need another nap so your brain re start?
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Are you going to answer or are you too busy on the Make A Wish website telling little cancer patients that their wish is unrealistic and that they should be happy going to Chuck E Cheese?
pesters the grinch of the make a wish foundation
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Well. If the strap is the only thing holding the end of the tag and the turn signal it could still break due to fatigue. You might be better off either adding another strap or maybe a spring.
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Well. If the strap is the only thing holding the end of the tag and the turn signal it could still break due to fatigue. You might be better off either adding another strap or maybe a spring.
honestly...you are an ignorant that cant even look at a picture, good luck with your machinist career,
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pesters the grinch of the make a wish foundation
your xmas
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