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    Remember the sissybar contest in Easyriders: ...

    Remember the sissybar contest in Easyriders:

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    I a few ideas here:

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    The 1000 (1015 cc at 70 mm bore, with same 66mm...

    The 1000 (1015 cc at 70 mm bore, with same 66mm stroke as 900) was released in 1977.
    The stock KZ1000 cylinder could be bored to 1075cc with a Wiseco kit...some have even stretched them to 1105,...
  3. Nice Knuck. Ya, that chart from Demon's Cycle...

    Nice Knuck.

    Ya, that chart from Demon's Cycle (and Thompson Choppers) is based on chopper springer, not a stock HD;

    This is copied from a 2012 CC thread
    [Thread: Question: stock length for a...
  4. That is not long: 98421 His 26"...

    That is not long:

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    His 26" measurement...That is like +3 inch extension...whoaww, "the bike is gonna be leaning back to far for my taste"

    a long frontend,+3", don't even talk to me.
  5. If you go with a Tiger Cub front wheel, you may...

    If you go with a Tiger Cub front wheel, you may be looking at swapping bearings - for reference, here are the front wheel bearing sizes :

    Front:

    -Left side: type 6202 - 15mm ID x 35mm OD x 11...
  6. yup, that is what it says: "The TFMW springer...

    yup, that is what it says:

    "The TFMW springer is designed to take plain spool hubs or mini brake drum hubs..."

    maybe this one:

    Kustom Tech Mini Front Drum Brake
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  7. Thread: Vincent

    by TriNortchopz
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    Vincent chop, with old girder forks modified with...

    Vincent chop, with old girder forks modified with springer rockers, setup with shocks on back leg kinda like the old Concept 3 springer by Fourth dimension:

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  8. don't see those looped-style on their site...

    don't see those looped-style on their site anymore, just the replica vintage HD springers.

    Found a pic; they look narrow all right-this is with a spool:
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    and this;

    TFMW SPRINGER FRONT...
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    Yes, that is how a typical girder works, the legs...

    Yes, that is how a typical girder works, the legs pivot at the two sets of linkages.
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    What make or type of girder do you have? Post good clear closeup pics of the upper linkages/ trees area....
  10. I would first confirm height of top nut needed,...

    I would first confirm height of top nut needed, then check with supplier for one the correct length. Also check with other suppliers if they can't get you the one you need, such as Paughco. Another...
  11. nope, didn't see any;...

    nope, didn't see any;...
  12. Yes, you need the proper top nut between the...

    Yes, you need the proper top nut between the bearing and the bottom of the top clamp.

    Note how the top of the bearing adjuster nut has a spigot on it - that fits into the middle hole of the upper...
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    Hey, that's a cool one. it's got the gusset...

    Hey, that's a cool one. it's got the gusset shapes like the Wayne girder where the back leg bend is, the same shaped gussets in the middle of the leg like the Wayne girder that one 47str8leg posted...
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    The design for the linkages on the SB&F girders,...

    The design for the linkages on the SB&F girders, carried over with Donnie Smith's (below) is a factor that creates good stability - they are made like little swingarms, compared to most others with...
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    Don't know but more info will help: What year...

    Don't know but more info will help:

    What year is your bike and engine?
    Which model of Sportster?
    What carb is on there?
    How about a pic of that problem?

    Just for somewhere to start, I...
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    Good stuff. Let us know how it works out.

    Good stuff. Let us know how it works out.
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    Weld the hole closed, but I would weld a bung in...

    Weld the hole closed, but I would weld a bung in there that has an internal 5/16 UNF thread, so it might be useful to bolt a bracket on from below (if there is room)...just an idea that might save...
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    Not really that hard. Already know the bore in...

    Not really that hard. Already know the bore in the neck to fit the bearing cup is 53mm, and there is a tapered roller bearing set with cones and cups that have a 53mm OD^^^^, so we know it...
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    A few more girders: 1949 Vincent Girdraulic:...

    A few more girders:

    1949 Vincent Girdraulic:
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    Triumph girder:
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    Spitfire girder,new, based on copying Durfee:
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    Forgot about that one in the old ads until you...

    Forgot about that one in the old ads until you tossed that up. Guessing there is a reason it wasn't popular
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    Nice build. that is the shortest Harman I've ever...

    Nice build. that is the shortest Harman I've ever seen. Musta took lots of work to redo that one.

    Here is a drawing of the inner spring assembly:
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    I wonder if it may pogo now that is not...
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    I don't think there are many of them Wayne's out...

    I don't think there are many of them Wayne's out there. Interesting to see the extra little gusset plates in the legs. Does the neck post thread into the lower tree? - or is it welded in... the...
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    Since the thread is titled girder front end, I...

    Since the thread is titled girder front end, I keep throwing stuff up:

    Harman-Holland Internally Sprung girder (new by Executive Choppers):
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    Extended 1947 Indian girder:
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    I...
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    More girder stuff: 98189 Cycle Shack...

    More girder stuff:

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    Cycle Shack girder:
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    Donnie Smith (former part of SB&F) girder:
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  25. Girder Fork Renovation, Tech Talk "The average...

    Girder Fork Renovation, Tech Talk

    "The average girder fork, certainly the one most frequently used in production motorcycles, was the Webb pattern, and it is on this type of attention is...
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