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    Trying to do a similar stance for a sportster I'm building, would love some help to see what stance this is.

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    What do you guys think? 34 degree rake, 8 over springer, 4 up, 0 out?
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    Anybody?

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    Ill go out on a limb here and say 2 up, no out, ,40 degree , 8 0ver. 21 front and 16 rear. Maybe 38 and 6 over.

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    Well my nickel is.. No rake and 4 up.....

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    Hey, this is like another one one of those 'Guess The Bike Part Contests!'

    The OP provided some great photos for the contestants, but, the original clue provided may have stumped them, resulting in a bit of a delayed response...
    It appears there have have been great guesses from a couple of brave contestants, but, the OP is keeping the actual answer a secret...(hhmmm,,,it appears the first contestant, FF, may have actually made two guesses...is that even allowed?) Who will have the correct answer? How will the judging panel confirm the 'best' or correct answer? No prizes have been announced, (but a nickel bet has been placed on the table to tempt others to join in) ...also, no time limit has been provided... when will it end??... we wait in anticipation...stay tuned!! Come on down! You can be the next contestant...on... 'Guess That Bike Part'!

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    ^^^^^^^^ LOL Very good..... ^^^^^^^^^ So what do you think it is????

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    Hey, nobody said anything about any rules.

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    "So what do you think it is????"

    Alright, I will accept your challenge...

    Let's provide a summary of where we are so far; the OP provided this clue:

    34 degree rake, 8 over springer, 4 up, 0 out?

    and the two (3?) guesses are:

    2 up, no out, ,40 degree , 8 0ver. and

    Maybe 38 and 6 over. (from FF, who is out on a limb...)

    and; No rake and 4 up (with a nickel bet from Ttooo...)

    I need to take into consideration that the front of the frame is up slightly...let me tip my laptop a bit to level that out... research stock frame specs ( a bit challenging due to variations over the years), use my protractor to try get a bit of an an angle measurement (I should have blown it up on a print-out and scaled it to 1:12 for more accuracy - that could have also helped me with frame and fork length measurements)... okay...my guess is... uummm...aaahhh... time is ticking... that nickel bet is really adding pressure... starting to edge out on that limb with FF... okay,okay... it's...oh,this is tough...okay,...hey Ttooo is no rake even an answer?...okay, I'm gonna guess...38* rake, no out, 2"up, with a +6 over springer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fastfiat View Post
    Hey, nobody said anything about any rules.
    I think it's like "Chopper's Rule"... there ain't no rules...gotta confirm that with the OP...
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    I guess I should clarify.. If stock rake is 32 that's what I'm basing my guess on.... I don't think the neck has been messed with. But if it has been I would say no more than 2 degrees... I'm saying 4 over front end... The more I look at it I'm thinking more like 2" stretch...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TriNortchopz View Post
    I think it's like "Chopper's Rule"... there ain't no rules...gotta confirm that with the OP...
    Glad you cleared that up. How many more guesses do i get?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TriNortchopz View Post
    I think it's like "Chopper's Rule"... there ain't no rules...gotta confirm that with the OP...
    No rules is the only rule!

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    Update: through some internet digging, I found out who did the fab work and asked them about the dimensions.
    They got back to me and said:

    "the frame was a santee, I just added a window to it. It has a 35 regree rake with 7 3/4" over springer I made all stainless. Not sure how many inches up the frame is, I think 4. And prolly 1 inch out."



    Thanks for playing, gentlemen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanscandalous View Post
    They got back to me and said:

    "the frame was a santee, I just added a window to it. It has a 35 regree rake with 7 3/4" over springer I made all stainless. Not sure how many inches up the frame is, I think 4. And prolly 1 inch out."

    I don't believe it.... This is why...{I think 4. And prolly 1 inch out.} He should know.... It doesn't look like what he said...

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    me pan look teh same as that

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    4" stretch looks like a 6 over on a 30 deg rake, my pan above is 4" strech and 4 over front end

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davestune View Post
    4" stretch looks like a 6 over on a 30 deg rake, my pan above is 4" strech and 4 over front end
    That's a cool little chop.
    Upswept fishtails rule.
    Better have points in it or I'll shake my head in disgust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davestune View Post
    4" stretch looks like a 6 over on a 30 deg rake, my pan above is 4" strech and 4 over front end

    Well there you go... Add 2 more inches to the front end that would get the frame up hill....

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    I kinda am looking for the specs on these chops right here...
    How many degrees of rake ?
    Up ? Out ? Little extra in the the backbone ?


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    That's money rake.... There is a difference.... LOL

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