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L-Track Junction

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  • The L-Track Junction is an adapter plate to mount a DropTop or HotRod to L-Track (L Track from 
  • Allows 35 degrees of rotation to angle handlebars to fit in a compact footprint, can also be mounted inline and 90 degrees perpedicular
  • Includes Hardware to mount the DropTop or HotRod to the adapter plate
  • The 3/8" Studs for attaching this plate to the L-Track are not included and are supplied with the L-Track. If you have lost them, you  can get them here
  • Bike Mount not included, this is the adapter plate only
  • Other fork mounts can work if the bolt spacing is between 95mm- 110mm (center to center)
  • For exact dimensions, see last image with dimensions in millimeters

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    Required Significant DIYing for Nissan

    Posted by Paul on Apr 1st 2024

    To install a thru-axle bike mount into track at any angle other than zero, there’s no alternative to this platform. It’s a thick, sturdy, not-messing-around part. But the “Utili-Track” in Nissan trucks has unique dimensions, and it turns out that no studs exist that can fit it. My DIY solution is an upside-down elevator bolt—the head slides into the track. Also, in my 2017 Frontier, the track is actually recessed a bit below the level of the bed’s floor, so I stacked 10 washers on top of the track and under the Rocky Mount platform so it—including its screw heads—would clear the floor. It seems like a secure enough solution, although I do wonder if over time stress might break the relatively thin heads of the elevator bolts. We’ll see! I’d include a photo if there were a way to do that….