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I have a Kryptonite brake disk lock and it is always the question where to put it. I don't like riding with it in my pocket and I dont want it ratteling on the bike somewhere. So what to do with it? I had an idea for a long time and today I worked it out in the computer and put my 3D printer to work so now I have my first prototype.

 

The Lock:

kryptonite-ev-disc-lock-black-blister-zwart.jpg.b9c6cc269d33ba86638e9a4edce2194f.jpg

 

Design:

Prototype.JPG.b0b814ddc96e8c365d308bfd302de3a8.JPG

Up close: 

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Overview:

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Take a look and let me know what you think. I will try it out and report here how it holds up.

 

 

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Excellent idea! let us know how you get on Chris.

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2 hours ago, Chris1974 said:

I have a Kryptonite brake disk lock and it is always the question where to put it. I don't like riding with it in my pocket and I dont want it ratteling on the bike somewhere. So what to do with it? I had an idea for a long time and today I worked it out in the computer and put my 3D printer to work so now I have my first prototype.

 

The Lock:

kryptonite-ev-disc-lock-black-blister-zwart.jpg.b9c6cc269d33ba86638e9a4edce2194f.jpg

 

Design:

Prototype.JPG.b0b814ddc96e8c365d308bfd302de3a8.JPG

Up close: 

IMG_20220513_204005.jpg.ca0f07a4fcf3a78ba9d41ff092ba3c9b.jpg

 

IMG_20220513_204015.jpg.f3c71e08a02b3dae44c2fa32b9e7d37d.jpg

 

Overview:

IMG_20220513_204023.jpg.da8370f3ce8f6d35879bed930502492c.jpg

 

Take a look and let me know what you think. I will try it out and report here how it holds up.

 

 

Interesting, especially i have the same crashbars but no 3D printer and no Crypronite lock but looking for a small lock for the T7.
I have a lock i bought for the CT which i use for both bikes but it's a bit bulky.

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I like it.  Very functional and yet hidden away where it should be.  Good job man.  

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I did a slight redesign and printed it again but now in TPU (flexible material).

 

In case you want to print one yourself, I made the design available here: Clickerdeclick

 

 

 

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WELL DONE.

I just watched your short video, that holder is super slick!!!

Sharing your design with people is awesome.

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2 hours ago, Chris1974 said:

How do you put a youtube video in a post? Cant find it anywhere...

Just go to the video on YouTube and copy the link in the adressbar, then paste it in the post and it will embed itself (maybe you need to put a space or enter after pasting).

 

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I have been riding quite a bit today. Even on some grass / bumps / sand and so far the lock hasn't moved or rattled or anything. Did just wat it was supposed to do!

 

Like it a lot so far!

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