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    Been building my 74 Shovel Chopper and came to an issue on the front fork. I running a Durfee girder that measure 5 inches between the tubes. I'd like to run a disc brake plus an 80 spoke hub since I picked up an 80 spoke wheel that matches the rear. The rim is laced to a wide glide hub so I'll...
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    Hey everybody, im Brett, I'm new here. This place rules! I recently picked up an old girder in awesome shape for next to nothing $$$, and through googling the crap out of it I finally figured out (from the JJ!) it was made by a company called California Cycle Works. - my question is- this...
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    CityBangorStateMEPriceInside Paughco Sportster Chopper frame. 6 up 3 out 40 degree, brand new, some light rust from sitting in my shop. I started to drill out the ugly neck gussest... set up for 120mm rear wheel. For your 1986 - 2003 sporty. It is model 120eb36 : paughco.com With MSO, never...
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    I wanted a girder. I bought one from India first for another project. It sucked. I continued to look for a quality piece. I found one. Paul and the crew at Spitfire Motorcyles made me up a 12" over, 3 degree in the links, black unit. It is really nice. Fit and finish are clean and solid. The...
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