Quick Turn Shortened Steering Plates

Discussion in 'For Sale & Wanted' started by knoxie, November 25, 2008.

  1. knoxie

    knoxie Active Member

    3 types:

    **all anodised grey (supposed to be gunmetal grey but they came out darker)**

    25mm shorter UMI style (this is a plate only, if you already have UMI and want a shorter plate this is for you). $75

    25mm shorter for use with stock bushes and bar clamps. (comes with marine grade stainless bolts). $85

    50mm shorter for use with stock bushes and bar clamps. (comes with marine grade stainless bolts). $85

    ** all can be used with normal bent bars or straight bars (straight bars shorten by an additional 25mm **

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  2. superjetx

    superjetx Member

    Hi i'd be keen on a stock 25mm short one, how do I go about getting one?
  3. SOX

    SOX Active Member

    Il take one... I want a umi <1in plate. what does delivery cost?
  4. knoxie

    knoxie Active Member

    I dont mind shipping to ya, ill find out how much....surely cant be too much. -Cheers
  5. knoxie

    knoxie Active Member

    it costs however much gas you use in your Buzuki driving to come get it!! :lol:
  6. Nice work Knoxie - i'll grab one too. PM you Cheers
  7. FreeStylin_SJ

    FreeStylin_SJ Member

    Looks like you wont need to copy mine anymore :)
  8. knoxie

    knoxie Active Member

    Hey johnny! didnt get a PM ...mite wanna check that your outbox/sentbox isnt 100% full otherwise messages wont send! cheers
  9. knoxie

    knoxie Active Member

    Postage is (anywhere in NZ):

    NZ post parcel Post = $5
    Courier Post = $6.10


    PM me for account details. Cheers!
  10. blitza

    blitza Member

    will fit s/n ja?
  11. knoxie

    knoxie Active Member

    hrmmm...im not sure actually, maybe if someone else knows if squarenose / roundnose steering plates are interchangeable they can post up?
  12. Aquanob

    Aquanob Active Member

    Dont think so
  13. blitza

    blitza Member

    surely! whats the povit hole id?
  14. knoxie

    knoxie Active Member

    20mm
  15. blitza

    blitza Member

    so what stops the pivot bolt/turnplate becoming the turning interface?
    [s/n pivot bolt also 20mm]
  16. knoxie

    knoxie Active Member

    not quite sure what ya mean? ...it sits on the stock bush like the standard turn plate does...
  17. blitza

    blitza Member

    on the stock plate the bolt is fixed to it, so there is no movement between the bolt and the plate. I'm not saying your design is lacking but wondering what will stop the bolt from flogging out in the alloy turn plate.

    what ones have you got left?
  18. knoxie

    knoxie Active Member

    yea thats kinda how these work the bolt and plate generally move together (like how stock one works)....you could glue the bolt into plate if thats a concern...

    i know there a better ways of doin this pivot ...but this is the cheapest way and seems to be effective...

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