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2 Wheels Welding LLC – Panniers, Top Boxes, Seat Boxes, Heat Shields, and Custom Boxes.

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2 Wheels Welding LLC – Panniers, Top Boxes, Seat Boxes, Heat Shields, and Custom Boxes.

Contact Info:
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843 457 0157
www.2wheelswelding.com

Welding and fabricating aluminum boxes for motorcycle enthusiasts by a motorcycle enthusiast.


I primarily make panniers, top boxes and pillion seat boxes for motorcycles. I also make custom boxes for any use. All my boxes can be custom made to my customers’ requirements. This is my specialty.

All my boxes are hand made from aluminum of various thicknesses, but normally 2mm (.08”). All seams are bent/folded or welded, making for an exceptionally strong box. All boxes are sealed for weatherproofing and all fasteners are stainless steel to protect from corrosion. I offer any color in smooth or textured finishes. Bare aluminum finish is available.

I can design and create aluminum boxes to meet your needs for any purpose. Send me an email and see what we can create together.

Please see my website for additional information.


Payments accepted are cash, check, credit card, PayPal and Venmo.
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ZoomerP

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Beautiful work! I assume you don't do all the bending on the HF press in the background ;-)
That looks like a SWAG break, which could easily do that work.

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I have that SWAG brake. It's a great tool for what it is but nowhere near precise enough to get those results without some MAJOR skill. It's great for rough work. Bracketry and such, but it'd be tough to make panier boxes with it. But hey, I could be wrong. Maybe the guy is just that good!
 

ZoomerP

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I have that SWAG brake. It's a great tool for what it is but nowhere near precise enough to get those results without some MAJOR skill. It's great for rough work. Bracketry and such, but it'd be tough to make panier boxes with it. But hey, I could be wrong. Maybe the guy is just that good!
I haven't used one, so I'll take your word for it. I figured that using an angle gauge and patience would be accurate enough provided the parts were cut on a CNC plasma or water table.
 
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Correct. That is a Swag press brake. I do use it for some bends but it is modified. I also have two other brakes for more precision work.

Thanks for looking at my boxes!
 

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