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I'LL GET SOME PICS...it's a paugcho 0 stretch/40 degree....hardbody springer..it has built in stops on the springer but the frame has no place for them to hit clean...does the internal neck stops work on a springer?...chains?

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Since the Hardbody Springer looks like a copy of the Paughco, does it have the stop pads like a Paughco? Paughco frames come with a top stop designed for their springers. Does the Hardbody line up since it looks the same?
 

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your right, but i bought the frame used and i don't see any "built in frame stop pads"..

i'm going to try a find a pic of a paugcho frame .. so i can see the frame stops..
 
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your right, but i bought the frame used and i don't see any "built in frame stop pads"..

i'm going to try a find a pic of a paugcho frame .. so i can see the frame stops..
I just welded a short piece of rod across perpindicular to the backbone on top. The pads on the springer hit the rod when turning sharply in each direction.

I was going to tap each end and install some brass button head screws in the ends of the short piece of rod...but never did.

Here is a pic....super simple and effective. Nevermind the tank paint..I changed it. ha ha.

 

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Depending where the springer hits the frame, you can drill/tap the frame for some small buttonheads so the springer hits them instead of the painted frame.

I prefer internal stops though. Some springers need to have the springs removed in order to drill for the screws to secure the plate to the bottom tree. Or you can weld the plate on.


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