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    His last post was two years ago.
    No info anywhere else online?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mowen View Post
    Can you shoot me a pic of this process? I have a Ironhead with a chrome frame and cannot weld on it
    Maybe the strap-type mount will work so you don't have to drill holes in the frame, but need to mount bungs in the bottom of the gas tank, like this example:

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    Quote Originally Posted by mowen View Post
    Can you shoot me a pic of this process? I have a Ironhead with a chrome frame and cannot weld on it
    Look at how BSA Victor tanks mount. You can cut some tubing of similar inside radius and clamp that to your frame with any studs/bungs you like.

    Google "split ring pipe tubing hanger" for examples like

    https://www.fastenal.com/product/har...sExpanded=true

    then fabricate what you want. You can have all sorts of strong clamp options based on that style.
    Last edited by farmall; 4 Weeks Ago at 5:11 PM.

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    So we went from "show me your bunghole" to strap-on. Sheesh. This place sometimes.

    In all seriousness, My opinion of hammer in pems or the pop-rivet style threaded inserts is low. Rivet style, over time can loosen as well as hammer-in. I say torch a bung.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tater66 View Post
    I say torch a bung.
    That work well for hemmoroids???

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    why not get some Stainless Steel bungs made,
    polish them to a mirror finish,
    drill holes and clean a small area around the hole of the chrome, about 2mm-3mm,
    get them TIG welded in with stainless filler rods,
    then clean and polish the welds,
    that way they are welded in safely & where you want but with minimum disturbance of the chrome & overall look of the fitting.
    just an idea.....

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