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  • Custom cycle frames

    I am new to the board and was wondering if anybody has some good prints for a custom motorcycle frame with a soft tail rearend. I can find several rigid plans but nothing with any kind of rear suspension.

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    Sent you an email. Drawings too big to post.

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    • #3
      Thanks To makin sparks

      Thanks for the plans. I was wondering what size tire I will be able to run with this swing arm, I am looking for plans that will allow me to run a large after market motor and at least a 200mm tire on the back bigger if possible. As I said before I am new to this whole frame thing. However I have a friend that has been welding dragster frames for about 15 years and is wanting to help me get my project started.

      I would appreciate any help you have to offer

      Thanks again

      Vance
      AKA smokin_gloves

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      • #4
        MS -

        What type of frame is on your plans? I need to build a frame for an upcoming project, and have plans for several customs. I will have to make drawings of mine, as it will be for mating an engine and transmission that were from two different model bikes. But, it's always handy to compare what's out there.

        Jack

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        • #5
          Vance,

          The drawings I sent are for a 180 tire. You just need to open up the dimension between the axle plates on the swingarm to accomodate the 200.

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          • #6
            Chopper builing

            If you don't already know about them you may want to check out these sites -

            http://64.172.168.34/neatstuff/index.html

            and

            http://www.choppers101.com/

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            • #7
              And check out Chopper Underground Forum at chopperunderground.com/forums/index.php. This is a good place to start. Lots of discussion and play by play threads to check out.

              DSRbikes
              Last edited by envano; 05-01-2007, 02:32 PM. Reason: Invalid URL

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