Posts by EjFord

Attention Vendors. Please email robert@rabtech.com any instruction manuals you may have for your products. They will be added to the FILEBASE tab for members to access.

    @EjFord s products are great. I have started using this with fantastic results

    Being a chrome nut I have been using Mothers for more years than I wanna tell!!!

    @EjFord s products are great. I have started using this with fantastic results

    Being a chrome nut I have been using Mothers for more years than I wanna tell!!!

    I've used some of the 'Back to Black' on the rear under side where the sling takes a lot of abuse from the road debris. The hood and front and sides have just use the
    Turtle was "Ice". the alcohol will clean old wax that leaves the white residue.

    I am starting to get a whitefish discoloration on the black textured hood areas. I've tried light compound with no results. The marks will not be visible when wet but show right back up as soon as completely dry. Anyone have an idea how I can remove these marks???

    That very well could be 'car polish' ... take a test with a little bit of rubbing alcohol
    and clean. The alcohol will not harm the plastic black or the red paint, than rince with clean clear water.


    The only cleaning and polishing I use on my slingshot is Turtle Wax "Ice", both the detailer and the wax (both spray bottle) will not leave a 'white' residue on the black plastic. The "fast red" and black both shine beautifully.

    I had the opportunity to see another super paint job today when a number of Slingshots got together
    at Nielsen's Ent. in Lake Villa, IL


    @Painter #23





    Super nice @Painter....Mike loves it and I think you paid Dee a little extra
    cause she really likes the paint job and the 'Painter'


    Again another 'one of a kind'.

    I just did the one in the Raleigh/Durham, NC area. Even though Mother Nature did not cooperate I still had a very fun and rewarding experience. Charlotte was my star that I had the pleasure of riding with. She is such a tough little girl. We helped raise over $81,000 dollars. I had the only Sling in the ride.

    Thanks for making out to the North Carolina Ride. With your help hopefully we
    can get more out next year. Meeting these young people and their families who
    are fighting this fight is a very rewarding experience. My wife and I have been very involved in Northern Indiana for 12 years and keep on going. Check out www.Ride for Kids.org and see if there are any other ride in your area that you might make. I'll be at SSITS, will you be there?

    @SLINGSHOOTER recently trailered a small car loaded 'backward' on my trailer....it does throw the weight back of 'center' and will cause a little side to side sway
    while traveling down the road...


    Did not have a problem while trailering the slingshot facing forward. Trailer held straight and true.


    Be aware!!!!

    Ride for Kids, AMA expand partnership



    The American Motorcyclist Association has joined forces with the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation to promote the PBTF’s Ride for Kids program, which the AMA has sanctioned since 1984.

    As an AMA Affiliate Partner, the PBTF will receive a $5 donation for each new AMA membership and $2.50 for renewed memberships using the code PEBRTU. The AMA will email its members about Ride for Kids events, and Ride for Kids will have a booth at the AMA’s Vintage Motorcycle Days in July.

    “The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation and Ride for Kids are terrific ambassadors for the sport of motorcycling, and we’re delighted to announce our expanded partnership during Brain Tumor Awareness Month,” said Jeff Massey, Chief Operating Officer, AMA. “We look forward to connecting them with even more supporters around the country to help cure the kids.”

    The AMA will be recognized as a Ride for Kids partner on event promotional materials, and the membership donation benefit will be shared in Ride for Kids emails and social media posts.

    “The AMA and the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Ride for Kids program have worked closely together for years, and AMA members are some of our most loyal supporters,” said Larry Little, vice president and general manager of Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC) Events and chair of the PBTF’s board of directors. “Strengthening our partnership emphasizes that Ride for Kids is The Motorcycle Charity Event of Choice and will enable us to help more children fight their deadly disease.”

    Not an AMA member or need to renew your membership? Go to www.amajoin.com/pebrtu to support the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.

    The next Ride for Kids event is in Murfreesboro, Tenn., on May 15. Sign up today by visiting www.rideforkids.org and searching for an event near you. Ride with us to cure the kids!

    ABOUT THE AMERICAN MOTORCYCLIST ASSOCIATION
    Founded in 1924, the AMA is a not-for-profit member-based association whose mission is to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling. As the world's largest motorcycling rights and event sanctioning organization, the AMA advocates for riders' interests at all levels of government and sanctions thousands of competition and recreational events every year. The AMA also provides money-saving discounts on products and services for its members. Through the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in Pickerington, Ohio, the AMA honors the heroes and heritage of motorcycling. For more information, visit www.americanmotorcyclist.com.

    ABOUT RIDE FOR KIDS
    Ride for Kids is the longest-running, most successful motorcycle charity event in the nation. It supports the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, the leading nonprofit seeking a cure for the top cause of cancer death in children. Ride for Kids also funds free educational resources, college scholarships for brain tumor survivors and emergency financial aid for families. American Honda is the presenting sponsor of Ride for Kids. Other national supporters include GEICO and Cycle World magazine. To ride with us to cure the kids, call 800-253-6530 or go to www.rideforkids.org.
    © Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation
    302 Ridgefield Court, Asheville, NC 28806
    800-253-6530
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    Now those look cool. I wonder if you can buy just one side?? I would like one to attach my drone to for traveling!! It comes in a big carry box!

    Sorry Styln, only comes in pairs. $699.00 -- Wife said she would do some weekend rides with a little space for her stuff. Would be plenty sturdy for you
    needs, good quality.

    Open House... Friday and Saturday 9:00 -- 5:00 pm
    Nielsen Ent
    130 W Milwaukee (Rt 83)
    Lake Villa, IL


    I'll be there most of the day (Saturday) to chat about the slingshots. Joe from Kenosha was hoping to be able to spend the day and get a NorthernIllinois and Wisconsin group organized for future rides...I'll get some contact info for him.


    Anyone hoping to buy --- stop in and we'll take mine out for a spin. I can spin it a little faster than the 'test drive'.

    So I know some of this was discussed on the old forum. I didn't feel like searching it to find what I read before.


    I have a LTC class A in Massachusetts and I looked online and saw that NC you are allowed to carry. The problem is the states I travel through do not recognize MA LTC. Now this might open up a big discussion but our constitution states we have the right to bear arms. States pretty much put stipulations for control and to collect money. I know there have been court cases where people had a license for a certain state and they were pulled over in another state that did not recognize it and they fought it all the way to Supreme Court and won based on Constitutional Carry.


    What is everyone's thoughts on this. ?(

    Since we are going to be sharing some space ... bring it along. I made need some protection. Looking forward to meeting you in the Smokes.