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    Does anybody recognize what frame this is?



    Thanks!

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    santee

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAZ View Post
    santee
    didn't jammer make a "replacement" frame, without side hack loops as well?

    Not saying that is what it is, only listing a possibility

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretic530 View Post
    didn't jammer make a "replacement" frame, without side hack loops as well?

    Not saying that is what it is, only listing a possibility
    I have never used a Jammer frame be for so I'm not real familiar with them so it is a possibility.

    But it sure looks like the Santee frame I bouhgt in 1989.

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    I just had a look at on old Jammer catalog 1985/1986, they did sell a frame that looks just like the one pictured above, but there is not mention of the manufacture in the catalog.
    It all so looks like the Santee frame I have.

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    Looks like a big twin, four speed,staight-leg rigid w/a traditional style neck (fabbed not forged) neck and drum plates , hard to tell but looks like stock rake (32*?) and no stretch( up,out, or back). Oh yea, solid mounts for fat bob tanks.

    So who cares who made it, it'll make a nice clean chop/bob w/that rolling gear

    Paughco and Santee should have serial numbers
    Santee's frames used bigger diameter tubing

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    Thanks for the input.

    It has a shovel, 4 sod and had fat bob tanks on it.

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    Judging by the trans mounts and rear fender mount and the forward control mounts. I am saying paughco. Numbers should be on the right side of the neck

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    Oh yeah and if it is a paughco they call it the stock style neck. Most frames look alike but the mounts are what give them away a lot of times

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    Both Santee and Paughco used the same size tubing for their frames - 1" x .120 wall

    The dead giveaway between Santee and Paughco (which are the old D&D/Jammer frames, Paughco bought out D&D) is the seatpost junction area and axle plates.

    This frame is a Santee.

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