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March 01, 2018, 12:49:35 AM on

Offline jrcollins3 (OP)

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I was able to get some plans for fabricating a skid plate for a 2001-2006 Tiger 955 from this site a couple or three yeas ago. Unfortunately, my computer was stolen and I'm afraid that the plans went with it. Could someone please send them to me again? Thanks, Rus

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March 02, 2018, 12:08:18 AMReply #2 on

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Thank you so, so much. I'd buy you a Foster's except that it would probabl get warm in transit. :icon_lol:

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Thank you so, so much. I'd buy you a Foster's except that it would probabl get warm in transit. :icon_lol:

So... just send him $5
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I got the plans for the skid plate /bash plate, drop me a PM with your email address and I will email them out to you. I have both imperial dimensions and metric dimensions.

Drawings also available here http://www.tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,13941.0.html


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Yep. big thanks, love to have one, much needed protection.

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Hi All

Im looking for the plans to the 955i skid plate but the links (http://www.tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,13941.0.html) are broken for me.

I have a 2002 tiger 955i

Regards

Jon

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Might have gotten broken in the migration.

Anyone made a copy, please post it up.
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I have pdf copies of a bashplate design I took off Triumphrat.net. pm me your email address & I'll send them out.
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Sent, am wondering what material the plate should be made of and also its thickness?

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Just sent the plans to you - I assume they're ok. Like I said, I copied them from another forum, so they're not my work.
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Sent, am wondering what material the plate should be made of and also its thickness?

2MM is adequate, but my first set were 4MM and really heavy duty. Aluminum.

 


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