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July 5th, 2015, 05:32 AM   #21
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DIY Leg Stabilizer

I use Steg Pegz on my 570 and love them. Great for long hill climbs!! I would look for some other way to mount yours, but maybe the hose clamps will work. Defiantly round the edges!! Good luck!
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July 7th, 2015, 02:12 AM   #22
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Here is my ones they work a treat love hangin off one of them in the slow technical goat tracks really helps me keep the tractor up right, oh and on the long up hills keeps the 550 from ripping my arms out of the sockets lol


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July 7th, 2015, 02:51 AM   #23
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Here is my ones they work a treat love hangin off one of them in the slow technical goat tracks really helps me keep the tractor up right, oh and on the long up hills keeps the 550 from ripping my arms out of the sockets lol
Hi, thanks for this pic. Could you take some of the other side too and explain how it's all attached? How did you attach the right side bracket to the frame? I see the rear side uses the fender screw, but what about the front?

Have one on me (you're the first to post photos of the "legacy" Berg with pegz).

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July 7th, 2015, 10:22 PM   #24
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Lol I had not seen the pic for a while and instantly craved a southern and cola lol

The lower screw is held together with a clamp I made out of aluminium it looks like this


It tightens with screws that are taped into other side of bracket, then I tapped a screw hole in the center of the 2 screws which attaches to the stabilizer, the rubber wheel is just a cheap dolly wheel from bunnings and can be replaced.

Type in pipe clamp into google and things come up
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July 7th, 2015, 10:26 PM   #25
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This is what you want 1/2 inch saddled pipe clamp/mount get them from Reece's or trade link plumbing supplies, I would have used this if I new they existed back when I made originals
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hi sickd nice job

why did you relocate the battery under the seat? is it a LIPO?
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Yeah it's a lipo batt so it only weighs like 500g not even, it neatens it up and I was worried the battery was not 100% waterproof lol . And I just have to mess with shit!!!
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