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01 Jun 2014 00:28 #47582 by BigJohnT
Spyder Parts was created by BigJohnT
Here is a photo of one of the custom parts I make for the Can Am Spyder. Showcasing the 3rd Op that I did on my Hardinge CHNC powered by LinuxCNC.





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01 Jun 2014 18:36 #47598 by ArcEye
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Very nice.

What parts are they? Look like a spacer or washer for a shaft of some sort.

I have to admit I did not realise Can Am made tricycles, I used to ride their 250cc scramble bikes a long time ago.

The British armed forces used them in replacement of the old Triumph Tiger 500cc bikes they used to have. Nice powerful bikes, but weighed a lot and you did not want to drop it across your leg when riding cross country!

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01 Jun 2014 19:10 - 01 Jun 2014 19:12 #47599 by BigJohnT
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LOL I didn't know that Can Am made bikes, I just knew about snow machines and water craft they make and of course as they call them the roadsters which is a reverse trike arrangement and is becoming very popular.

This part replaces the analog gauge (which is junk) with either a Dual USP charging port or a 12v power port. I powder coat them after machining is done. When you unplug one of the analog gauges the digital gauge shows up on the center display.



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02 Jun 2014 17:08 #47620 by Rick G
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Nice work John!

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13 Jun 2014 06:02 #47954 by Sterling
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very cool I first started seeing those CanAm's up here in Minnesota about 5 years back. They look pretty cool!

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