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    Default My '72 sporty project

    Her are some photos of the bike as i baught it. I was told it is an Amen Saviour. Any input on if this is an actual Amen Saviour chassis would be great!

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    Your pictures are tiny, dont work, and arent a very good side shot.



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    Yes im not very computer savy!! sorry about that. I will try to upload some better shots of the rear for clarification. thanks

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    Hope these pics are of more use!
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    Just click the direct link box to copy and put it in the IMG tags. You've got a bunch of jibberish added in.


    edit. And sorry, I cant help you with the ID, but that is a real nice plunger frame.




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    thanks for your help!!

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     photo saviour4_zps2b2d0801.jpg
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    can anyone identify this frame?

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    does look like amen savior but watch the linkage on left side ,looks like it could drag the pavement real easy, in left turns or speed bumps,think needs a" look over" there, other wise nice looking rig ,,,cheers to you
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoLaneFever View Post
    does look like amen savior but watch the linkage on left side ,looks like it could drag the pavement real easy, in left turns or speed bumps,think needs a" look over" there, other wise nice looking rig ,,,cheers to you
    thank you for your input..greatly appreciated!!! I have noticed there is some little things that do need to be adressed before i take it out for a spin,like the linkage you mentioned. i was told it is an Amen Savior by the previous owner. I feel that it could be an Amen Saviour, however it does resemble an All Souls frame as well...just wanna make certain of what i have here before i move forward and turn it into my dream. thanks again for your input.....chad
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    I got bored on the couch and I think heres your answer, its not an amen.,
    Every amen frame on google has exposed springs, and the all souls are wrapped like yours.

    http://xlforum.net/vbportal/forums/s....php?t=1507885

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    Quote Originally Posted by spidr View Post
    I got bored on the couch and I think heres your answer, its not an amen.,
    Every amen frame on google has exposed springs, and the all souls are wrapped like yours.

    http://xlforum.net/vbportal/forums/s....php?t=1507885
    ok so its still badass

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    Of course to add a little complication, the Machine shop frames look very similar too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by spidr View Post
    I got bored on the couch and I think heres your answer, its not an amen.,
    Every amen frame on google has exposed springs, and the all souls are wrapped like yours.

    http://xlforum.net/vbportal/forums/s....php?t=1507885
    ya thats what im thinkin as well. I f any one is interested in this frame let me know..i may part this scoot out.

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    a plus on this, is cycle electrics gen you have,,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by chop73 View Post
    ya thats what im thinkin as well. I f any one is interested in this frame let me know..i may part this scoot out.
    Just have to ask why? Is it because its not an Amen? Or because these style are notorious for getting loose over time? Its a shame, its a nice looking bike.,

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    Quote Originally Posted by spidr View Post
    Just have to ask why? Is it because its not an Amen? Or because these style are notorious for getting loose over time? Its a shame, its a nice looking bike.,
    Im just not sure it will provide the look im after. And if someone could appreciate the frame more than i ,than why not sell it and buy one more on the line of what im after.?

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    I would like to build a bike that i have cofidence in and that is durrable. if it is at all possible with what i have please let me know what to look for and what can be done to achieve this? I have read that piipes can be installed inside the springs to eliminate wobble and provide stability. if anyone can confirm this i would love to here input!

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    Just my .02
    You build a plunger because it looks badass. Just by their nature as the springs get weaker they allow one side of the axle to compress more than the ather and the tire will lean. Some designs more than others, but if everythings kept as tight and in as good shape as possible you reduce the chances of problems.Personally I think that style frame looks much better than the Amen, and if you're building it because its a plunger, I'd run that one purely from an aesthetics point of view.
    If I wanted something durable and reliable though, I wouldnt build a plunger as much as I love the look.

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    I'd be interested in the frame. I think the bike is a little homely right now with that huge tank and rear fender, but I see the beauty within.

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