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Today I made my own lock and ride tie down points for a custom box. I got some rubber corks from lowes, stainless hardware, and some angle aluminum and they work great. Best part is it was extremly cheap. I could make ten of them for about $30.:ride:

I can post pics if anyone is interested.
 

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Good deal! thats something that really bugs me about the polaris products you have to buy there stuff and its over priced! Maybe you could post some pix when done so you might save the rest of us some bucks and aggrevation dealing with polaris dealers marking the stuff up way outasite!!!!
 

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He got a shitty attitude.....it was just like losing Clemens from the Sox.

We wont be sorry to see him go cuz we got class here in Beantown.

Now if we could just make Brady get rid of that faggy hair do.
 

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Lets see these puppies!
 

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I know, I know. I have been really lame in posting pics. I was way out of town, across the country and forgot my computer. I will be posting pics tomorrow. Sorry guys.
 

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All parts are available at your local hardware store.

Parts required for 1 (one), not 4

2" 90 degree angel aluminum
1ea 15/16" rubber cork
1ea 1.75" washer
1ea 5/16 bolt
1ea 5/16 lock nut
1ea washer that is a little smaller than the biggest part of the rubber cork.
I used all stainless and aluminum parts so they dont rust.

Step 1.
Drill slip fit hole in rubber cork. So the bolt can slide in.
Cut angle aluminum in 2" pieces.
Place 1.75" washer on bolt.
Drill slip fit hole in center of aluminum bracket
Put bolt in aluminum bracket.
Place rubber cork on bolt.
Place small washer on large end of rubber cork.
Place smaller washer on bolt.
Install lock nut hand tight.
Install complete assembly in hole for lock and ride.
Tighten lock nut and bolt.


It is actually very tight and works great.
You can drill holes in aluminum to mount stuff, or drill a large hole for bungee cords.
 

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I tried adding pics, but the site wouldnt let me. I am trying to work it out. I am going to add them to my profile, so you can see them there.
 

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Tighten lock nut and bolt.
Using tools I assume--since there's noting to keep the nut from spinning. If you're going to use tools you can just skip the rubber and use any spacer that fits the hole. Use a large washer underneath so it doesn't pull out.

The various other L&R copies don't need tools to expand the rubber and so are a little more convenient.
 
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