Yes, its 2013 and we are still going strong....
DL650 and DL1000 Fork Braces are now available. $85 + (postage and envelope)
See our webiste for ordering using a credit card or Paypal. http://www.adventuretech.biz/
Here's Ramjet's ready for delivery:
Here's mine installed on my bike. The first two people that saw it independently said "it looks like it came that way."
The two white lines in this next photo are just flash effects.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING A FORK BRACE
The brace comes with both halves bolted together with four bolts, two 35mm and two 25mm.
Remove the bolts and separate the front and back halves.
Place the front piece of the brace (the larger piece) in place by sliding it down over the fork tubes.
The brace should be level with the metal top of the tube. This ensures adequate space between the
brace and the fender.
Slide the back half into place being mindful of the brake hoses.
Insert and hand tighten the two longer 35 mm bolts in the two inside holes. Make sure that the brace is
level with the top metal surface of the fork tube and some clearance exists between the brace and the
fender. Refer to the pictures above.
It's very important to tighten the two inside bolts first, before tightening the outside bolts.
Insert the 25 mm bolts in the outer holes and hand tighten.
There will be a gap between the fork brace pieces on the outside. This is to allow the brace to tighten on the fork tubes.
Hand tight is good for the bolts. No more than 14.5 foot pounds. I don't use it myself, but temporary loctite is OK.