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    Default Help me ID this old girder I found

    This thing is great but I'm afraid I'll never be able to find parts for it because I haven't the slightest idea who made it.

    How the hell do you post a pic 😖🔫
    Last edited by Pmarthin; 12-21-2015 at 12:00 AM. Reason: Can't figure out how to post a pic

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    I got it check out my album it's in the one named "girder"

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    Looks like a Wayne engineering girder that somebody converted w/springer rockers. I wonder how the hell that rode

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    Quote Originally Posted by 47str8leg View Post
    Looks like a Wayne engineering girder that somebody converted w/springer rockers. I wonder how the hell that rode
    It was on a serviece car trike Harley thing. I call it that, because it was a mess. I'm curious about how it rode myself. Seems like the trail wouldn't be right, and the geometry wouldn't work. Thanks for the idea any marks or #s I can look for that will point towards it being a Wayne's ? I noticed when I put it on a mock up frame with a motor in it in the shop that under load the spring binds up in a way it works but just doesn't look right the cups the spring sits in don't line up.

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    I cant remember the brand but they were sold in the early 70s. That is how they came. It will come to me sooner or later i have had a few.

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    I just saw your classified. Im not sure on that one. Mine all were 1 piece that looks modified to mimic ones withe the sical front lowers

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    Default I think I got it figured out

    If it's not a Santee "Solid steel" girder I'll eat my hat

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