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What's on everyone's wish list? I own a handmade business (link below), and I'm looking to expand into the Ducati Scrambler market. Now that I own one I've noticed there's a huge lack of parts. I have the capability to weld and CNC parts. A rear luggage rack will most likely be the first part I fit to my bike.

Any input is appreciated. My website: hamerworx | handcrafted

My bike:
 

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1. A rear luggage rack that can be used in conjunction with the factory side bag mounts.

2. An engine guard with attachable luggage points.

3. A center stand.

That's all I got off the top of my head.
 

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CNC'd tank badges. Some of the old vintage badges would be awesome

Engine guard

Luggage rack that would allow one to mount the tail light at the rear edge of the rack. The rack I have hides the tail light to much for my liking

Some sort of forward foot peg, maybe mounts to engine guard
 

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What's on everyone's wish list? I own a handmade business (link below), and I'm looking to expand into the Ducati Scrambler market. Now that I own one I've noticed there's a huge lack of parts. I have the capability to weld and CNC parts. A rear luggage rack will most likely be the first part I fit to my bike.

Any input is appreciated. My website: hamerworx | handcrafted

My bike:
Handlebar Pullback adapter- Risers are typical, the handlebar height is fine, but I'd prefer an inch or two less forward reach. Lessen some back/shoulder strain on long rides. Keeping the stock cable length is preferable.

Mirror Risers- 2" tall mirror adapter will increase my field of view. To see further behind (3/4 mile?), I either lean my torso backwards or lean into the mirror for a clearer view. Both movements are brief, but not desirable when traffic or road conditions pose a risk.
 

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I would probably buy a set. I think price, you would be competing with the multistrada pegs a lot of people are running. If I remember right, I think it was like $50 or $60 delivered with the runner inserts. But that would just be something to think about, not saying you should price yours there.

I am really interested in hearing what you have in mind for luggage rack.


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1. Looking for a luggage rack to carry a duffel

2. Mudguards (not replacing the factory classic guards) something close to the tires preventing water and mud falling on jacket.
 

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Finalizing the foot peg design. Would you buy a set? How much would you spend?
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Please keep in mind that if the pegs are too wide (front to back), the distance between the foot peg and the gear shift lever becomes too small. Then there isn't enough room to get your foot under the shift lever. The MultiStrada pegs have this problem when fitted to the Scrambler.
 

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shit... I wish I hadn't already bought the ones Ducati is selling.
Live the X in the center.
Thanks, I wasn't sure if I liked the X, but I'll probably keep it for now.

If you are doing a luggage rack, one with a sissy bar type back rest would be great. My wife's biggest complaint.
Good input. I was going to design it with a backrest as an add on option, since obviously that's not something everyone wants, but it is desirable.

I would probably buy a set. I think price, you would be competing with the multistrada pegs a lot of people are running. If I remember right, I think it was like $50 or $60 delivered with the runner inserts. But that would just be something to think about, not saying you should price yours there.

I am really interested in hearing what you have in mind for luggage rack.
My biggest sticking point on the luggage rack is finding the right anchor points. I know people will load them up, and I'd like them to be able to carry some weight. As for design, the top will most likely be a plate with some good mounting options. Nothing is worse than a tube luggage rack with no fixed mounting points.

1. Looking for a luggage rack to carry a duffel

2. Mudguards (not replacing the factory classic guards) something close to the tires preventing water and mud falling on jacket.
Thanks for the feedback. A photo of the mud guard idea would be helpful.

Please keep in mind that if the pegs are too wide (front to back), the distance between the foot peg and the gear shift lever becomes too small. Then there isn't enough room to get your foot under the shift lever. The MultiStrada pegs have this problem when fitted to the Scrambler.
Noted, thanks for the input. I can always offset them to make them fit better. I'm going to make up a prototype set and try out the fit. I may also send that set around to interested buyers for feedback.

Interested.
Thanks for letting me know. Even just knowing you'd be interested is helpful.
 
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