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    Default Triumph 750 Build, Lone Weirdo

    Getting going on a triumph 750 Bonneville build. Had a buddy give me a few triumph frames, cases, wheels and other miscellaneous parts in trade for some fab and custom paint on his Ironhead.
    The first bike coming together outta batch of parts is an aftermarket hardtail frame of some sort. So far I have got it mocked up with a stock triumph front end with a 19" up front and an 18" rear. Have welded on bungs to mount my manta Ray rear fender from lowbrow and fabricated a sissy bar using my shop press then welded up with just temporary lower mounts. Next up is shaping out a king queen jap seat and finalizing tank tunnel depth.

    -Chris Baker-
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    Last edited by Bakerskustoms22; 12-31-2018 at 11:46 AM.

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    Ha, ha, you are not lone in that. Looks like a good start; what year is that engine? Plannin' on keeping the head on backwards?
    Last edited by TriNortchopz; 12-31-2018 at 1:15 PM. Reason: head

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    Quote Originally Posted by TriNortchopz View Post
    Ha, ha, you are not lone in that. Looks like a good start; what year is that engine? Plannin' on keeping the head on backwards?
    Thank you, the motor is a '78, head was only backwards in that picture because that's how it was dropped off, has since been corrected haha

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