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  • Motorcycle Plans anyone?

    Hello everybody! I am currently working on trying to find plans for building a motorcycle. It is going to be my final project for welding/machining school, and I havent had much luck finding plans, etc so far. So if anyone has plans/websites they would like to share, that would be great! Thanks for the help in advance
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    Harley Davidson/Chopper
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    Vintage/Classic
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    Dual Sport
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    Street Bike?Superbike
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    http://http://www.chopperhandbook.co...uff/index.html

    This site right here has a ton of info and plans for frame jigs, frames, forks you name it. I have pltted several of the frame plans. I also built the frame jig. There's a lot of good info. Good luck be sure and post some pics of your progress.

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      "I Affirm"

      Originally posted by SinGear View Post
      http://http://www.chopperhandbook.co...uff/index.html

      This site right here has a ton of info and plans for frame jigs, frames, forks you name it. I have pltted several of the frame plans. I also built the frame jig. There's a lot of good info. Good luck be sure and post some pics of your progress.
      Yes he does, I've seen it.

      Dave

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        go to mechwerks.com Thats were I got my motorcycle frame jig plans from. Its nice. Some jigs are for a specific stle of bike but this jig is adjustable so you can set your own stretch at different points in the bike and also set your own rake. I also got a soft tail jig plan just in case I get hemmoroids as I age haha. They also have plans for frames, but Ive been working on a design of my own. They also sell steering necks and various other parts that you may not be able to machine yourself.

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