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    Default Lets see your 2" and 4" stretched sportys

    I've searched on here for threads similar and it seems theyre all old so the photos have expired on the hosting website. If I missed one, please link me.

    I can't decide between a 2" stretch or 4".
    I've tried finding some photos and i've found some on lowbrow of the David Bird hardtail frames, but I want to see some of your guys builds so I can have a more accurate idea before I drop my worthless Canadian dollar on a hardtail.

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    save and spend the money on a flyrite frame, cant be beat Click image for larger version. 

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    Very nice!

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    This is a 4" Swingarm stretch
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    I also did a 4" hammer in hand on another sporty I had
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ID:	78051This a TCBros hardtail on an 82 sportster, its a 2 inch stretch.

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    4'' stretch / 2'' dropClick image for larger version. 

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    To me haifley looks best. 4 seems too long. Tc bros is the absolute ugliest. Check the andrews Nebula. They just did a thing on it on here.my fave

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    4" stretch, 4" drop. David Bird.
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    Mine is a 2" stretch TC Bros. Looks good to me.
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    Check out the road 6 customs I did mine about 5 years ago it's 2inch I believe. Unfortunately no pics on this iPad

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    i used road 6 customs hardtail, stretched it 2 1/2in
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    Finally got me a free photo hosting site


    My bike. Led sled 2" stretch / 2" drop. I would of gone with a 4" stretch given more research. & would of loved to have a 4" drop but there weren't really any 9 years ago. Oh well. I love my chop
    The blue paint is that krylon peel off paint. I like to change up the colors from time to time




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    Looks bitchin Dan, seems like the 2" stretch is right, but 4" drop would've helped the backbone be straighter? Also I think all Sporty chops should have a horseshoe oil bag. Just looks right to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brooklynbomber View Post
    Looks bitchin Dan, seems like the 2" stretch is right, but 4" drop would've helped the backbone be straighter? Also I think all Sporty chops should have a horseshoe oil bag. Just looks right to me.
    Thanks man! I agree about the horseshoe! That's why i switched! But i wanted a 4" drop so the bottom of the bike frame would sit lower to the ground.

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    I know this is a little out there, but to give you some perspective, mine is a custom built hardtail. stretched 7 inches and the seat is dropped 4. Not everyone's cop-o-tea, but she rides nice!

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    Does it come with a complimentary cup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brooklynbomber View Post
    Does it come with a complimentary cup?
    no, but there is a bottle opener on the other side of the gas tank...

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