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    LEGACYTATTOO701
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    Default Kraft Tech Frame?

    Anybody use a kraft tech frame? I was wondering about the Quality, Fitment, Welds ETC...

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    I've known a few dudes with 'em. I own one, never had a problem.

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    Very high quality, great fitment,very nice welds..........very nice
    Last edited by BalloonKnot; 03-25-2012 at 7:17 AM.

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    Yuup. I gots one.

    I got the softail with the rear fender struts (and sawed them off). I didn't have a single problem with holes or something not bolting up. All the welds and joints looked good.
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    Right on,,thats a nice ride

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    I ran one for about 6 years with no problems, for aftermarket non-replica frames I like the look of a paughco a little better. The DOM tubing on my kraftech was a bigger diameter than a paughco If my memory serves me correct.

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    I have a rigid stock dimension KT frame. 1.25" tubes, a bit bigger than paughco.

    Very nice frame. Well made, accurate. Fairly inexpensive, too.

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    Honestly that was my worry..U know the old saying u get what u pay for...It was a toss up between the Paughco and the KT...thanks for the input fella's

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    They have an excellent reputation and are dirt cheap . I know of several on the roads over here and people have nothing but praise for them . You can get them ex-factory at the Longbeach Swapmeet for as little as $450 brand new .

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    im building a sporty now using one, the construction and welds are great, having a hard time fitting pipes to it though, im gonna have to make my own to fit, so far 2 different sets havent fit

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadtoad View Post
    im building a sporty now using one, the construction and welds are great, having a hard time fitting pipes to it though, im gonna have to make my own to fit, so far 2 different sets havent fit
    Is it clearance issues?

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    yeah it wont clear the forwards or the rear of the bike

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    I am new so forgive the redundancy. I have a k16005 Kraft Tech frame (34 degree rake, 2" up stretch). Does anyone know what size tire this frame is designed to use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nichols123 View Post
    I am new so forgive the redundancy. I have a k16005 Kraft Tech frame (34 degree rake, 2" up stretch). Does anyone know what size tire this frame is designed to use?
    Just stay with the thread you started.... That will help you a lot more.....

    Way more info is needed about your build...

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