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    Looks to be an old Servi-car frame, before it was...

    Looks to be an old Servi-car frame, before it was robbed of it's rear legs.
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    I would have it x-rayed before I started chipping...

    I would have it x-rayed before I started chipping Bondo off, a trade school may be able to do for a reasonable fee. If the x-ray showed something suspicious, only then would I start chipping.
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    There are people who can put hallmarks on, VTwin...

    There are people who can put hallmarks on, VTwin even sells them on a sheet.
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    Well Dragstews said it was like the 28 degree...

    Well Dragstews said it was like the 28 degree neck but with 30 degrees of rake, I guess I've never had a 28 neck. Seen pictures but didn't think they looked that much different. So how similar does...
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    How does that neck look compared to an original...

    How does that neck look compared to an original 30% non-bull neck?
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    One of the chopper places sells a frame kit or...

    One of the chopper places sells a frame kit or hardtail kit, maybe Lowbrow. Also there is somebody on Ebay selling replacement tubes for rigid frames. Richard from Wasco has made pieces for me.
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    1/8" or so. Any thicker would be more noticeable...

    1/8" or so. Any thicker would be more noticeable and that's the thickness of tube you're reinforcing.
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    I think I would find a piece of tubing with the...

    I think I would find a piece of tubing with the I.D. of the O.D. of the top tube and slit it and weld onto the top tube. You could make it however long as would would fit nicely on the frame. Maybe...
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    To me it looks like an old Santee, don't think...

    To me it looks like an old Santee, don't think they are still in business.
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    But it was a large bend radius, not particularly...

    But it was a large bend radius, not particularly helpful for a smaller bend radius.
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    I would not buy that Amazon set with out further...

    I would not buy that Amazon set with out further research into CLR of dies available. Those die look like a very big bend radius, not especially helpful for a motorcycle frame. I would think a 3"...
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    Overbearing by Bare Knuckle Choppers, IIRC!

    Overbearing by Bare Knuckle Choppers, IIRC!
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    Those back legs look like Ford Radius rods. The...

    Those back legs look like Ford Radius rods. The piece at the bottom is solid and welded to the tapered piece. It can safely be thinned slightly. The front leg is probably also solid, and can be...
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    Do they make a 30 degree nonbull neck?

    Do they make a 30 degree nonbull neck?
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    Since that appears to be a late 47 frame, it's...

    Since that appears to be a late 47 frame, it's worth holding on to.
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    47 frames can be either 30 degree bull neck or 30...

    47 frames can be either 30 degree bull neck or 30 degree non-bull neck, with change thought to be around 7,000 serial number. I have a frame less 100 off from 7,000 so I believe it to be true. ...
  17. Do you have the right sprocket? Turned the right...

    Do you have the right sprocket? Turned the right way? I had an oring chain that cleared everything.
  18. Thread: Essential Tools

    by ncmc47
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    Take flannel shirts of the list! Very flammable,...

    Take flannel shirts of the list! Very flammable, even grinding can set them on fire. And I've got the scars on my belly to prove it!
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    I remember a similar story in EasyRiders years...

    I remember a similar story in EasyRiders years ago.
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    You didn't say what type of springer your using. ...

    You didn't say what type of springer your using. An inline springer has about 3 degrees more rake than the offset springer which was actually deraked 3 degrees. I would try the cups, especially if...
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    Could probably do a top end job for what that...

    Could probably do a top end job for what that costs!
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    A bull neck is a knuckle frame or also big...

    A bull neck is a knuckle frame or also big flathead!
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    Which JJ, there are several. How can anyone say...

    Which JJ, there are several. How can anyone say which is the definitive OG frame it seems like more than one may have been used. Doesn't look like the trans raised in the picture being claimed as...
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    Didn't Dick hunt down and recover most of the...

    Didn't Dick hunt down and recover most of the bike with a sawed off shotgun? Or is that an urban myth?
  25. Thread: Frame question

    by ncmc47
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    Yes I like the Picture Zeeman posted, very...

    Yes I like the Picture Zeeman posted, very practical. I've seen a similar picture, perhaps on here.
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