I'd like a couple've torqueplates for my new bike. It does not have threaded holes on the dropouts (like for racks or fenders), but it does have holes that are about 3/8" diameter that go through the dropouts, just in front of the axle. I figured that on the backside of the torqueplate, a small, round piece of steel could be welded there to index it so it would be stationary. But I also want to have the torque plates extend behind the axle abit so I can create an attachment point for my bob trailer thingies. Fortunately, Bob makes a wider trailer hitch for a certain bike that's got 150mm span, so this can work. So...in relation to the hubmotor axle, both holes need to be in identical location (size of skewer threads). Not sure how to send you a perfect template, as to the exact cutout for the hubaxle, but if you can fab that flat-sided hole accurately, with just an accurate centerpoint as reference, let me know. Otherwise I'll figure out how to do it, somehow. Would also like holes drilled and tapped on topside for rack, fenders, etc (two on each should suffice) I can send you a template made of formica with locations and shape, etc.
Any idea of cost?? Thanks....Dan