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    Default Dyna 240 rear

    Inherited a douchy prostreet built 93 Dyna. I changed the bars and tank. Has a bunch cool stuff. Its been raked and has 240 rear kit in her. Trying to determine the distance between the tire and rear fender to mount it and the adjustment from front to back. Any advice is appreciated. She's a basket case, but free is free. Click image for larger version. 

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    Ole big booty JubyClick image for larger version. 

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    Measure to travel of those shocks add an inch.
    There's your up and down.
    Measure the length of the axle slot, add an inch
    There's the forward to back.

    Sell/trade the fat tire kit if you want it skinny...

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    I wouldn't argue with free either!

    Those kits are stupidly expensive new, as in about three grand.

    BTW those are my favorite Visegrip clamps. I never saw them with bars that long though. I think they went out of production when the company moved.

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    BTW those are my favorite Visegrip clamps. I never saw them with bars that long though. I think they went out of production when the company moved.
    Some for bid here:
    2 VISE-GRIP LOCKING BAR CLAMPS 310S & 318S PETERSEN MFG.CO. DEWITT NEBRASKA
    https://www.worthpoint.com/worthoped...310s-491481758

    and here:
    http://vi.raptor.ebaydesc.com/ws/eBa...=1473997999809

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    Those things are over 30 years old. Gotem from the old man. They are the best!

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    Thanks man. I'm digging on the fat ass. I'll try to compress the swingarm and set her up.

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    Just another overall picture if what I'm working with
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    Looks good, I'm working on a similar project but on a sporty with a 250 rear
    Last edited by mattymuch; 10-04-2018 at 6:04 PM.

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