well everybody told me i couldnt make this kit, it was too difficult. it wouldnt work but yeah it sure did work and wasnt very hard at all. with some decent measurements and some common sense, a torch and hammer you can make one too! so pretty much on my bike the mount is very simple. here is a picture of how you attach it to the frame now the first part is over. now you need to bend the plate that the stabilizer is bolted to so it will do a step. step over the front fender that is. now drill your mounting holes in the stabilizer mount plate. adjust the connection arm and your ready to rock! now my stabilizer is in need of an oil change and everything but this is how you would go about doing it. the plate i used is the plate for a drz400. wich didnt fit in any shape or way. i had to widen the mount holes in the plate, then widen them more, then cut 2 holes in each side of the plate, heat it up and bend it to the step. then mount it up i did need to drill and tap holes into the frame in that spot. it does not effect the strength of the frame by any means and their stronger than rivets. just another reason why you shouldnt let people tell you how and that you cant do things. hope you all learned a little somethin!