Angle de colonne de 30°, pas de stretch en longueur, ni en hauteur. Tubes acier de 1 1/4" et 1 1/2 ". Comprend : fixation de réservoir d'essence style FatBob, patte de selle, fixation de bac à huile, pattes de fixation de boite 4 ou 5. Soudures 100 % TIG.
Frais de port : par transporteur, à définir.
These rigid frames have all the rugged good looks of those found years ago but built with the technology of the 21st century. Today's high output engines require the utmost frame strength, as well as good brakes. These frames were designed and manufactured with both in mind.
Standard Width 4 or 5 Speed Chain Drive
1 1/2" O.D. Drawn Over Mandrel (DOM) .188" wall tubing for backbone strength
1 1/4" O.D. Drawn Over Mandrel (DOM) .120" wall tubing for cradle and tail strength
Additional clearance built in at backbone for Evolution style engine with up to .200" taller cylinder/head length. Allows rear rocker box to be serviced without removal of entire engine
Will accept 4 or 5 speed transmission
For maximum fusion all high stress areas are TIG welded
Dual gussets at front & rear motor mounts and at transmission mounts
Boxed lower seat post mount
Welded on exhaust hanger mount
Fully machined hour glass style steering neck
Fork lock tab
Softail style seat front mounting tab
A Manufacturer's Statement of Origin is included
4 or 5 speed transmission & mounting plate found in the drive train section
Chain final drive
1973/1983 chain drive style rear wheel/hub found in the wheel section
Late 1987/1999 Softail style rear brake assembly found in the wheel section
Evolution Softail style oil tank & mounts found in the fuel section
Flatside Fat Bob gas tanks & mounts found in the front end section
Removable type fork head cups found in the front end section
Rear axle, Softail 1984/1985 found in the wheel section
Axle adjusters, Softail 1987/1999 found in the wheel section
Axle spacer/adjuster, Softail 1986/1999 found in the wheel section
Seat post style coil mount found in the electric section
Rear fender clamps for 1 1/8" O.D. tubing found in the frame and body section
Note: As with any frame-up custom build project, it is common shop practice to pre-assemble the entire motorcycle prior to any paint work for compatibility verification of all parts used.
30° Rake and No Downtube Stretch