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I have a tech question....
I didn't see a thread on it but...
What is the proper way to remove a harley forged neck on say a VL frame? If want to maintain the tubes and forgings? Probably sounds like a dumb question.
 

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Yes the forged neck. I was hoping there was a way to remove it while saving all the components. Sounds like chopping and running an endmill or drill to clear it out. I was hoping that the brazing could be removed and it would all come apart nicely without damaging anything. Thanks all
 

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Your friend wants you to attempt to knock an OEM frame down to save a few bucks shipping??? Why doesn't he just buy repro castings there and build a frame?
It has had tabs removed and some work on it already. He got it for 800 I think a re-pop is probably more, maybe not though. Last I saw a forged neck was running 4-5 hundered, axle plates about 150, I don't even want to know what the trans and motor forging costs.
 
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