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    Default 1994 sportster fork stops

    I have a 1994 sportster chop that I'm running a Freds Frames springer frontend on the hardtailed stock frame. I don't have any fork stops in place and it's been fine for the past few years with no issues. I just swapped out the risers to a set that have pullback in them and now the bars are closser to the tank if the bars are cranked one way or the other and could potentially hit. I'm wondering what options I have for fork stops? Most of the internal stops I've seen I don't believe will work with my frame and springer setup? Any options or should I just put back on the old straight risers?

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    I've welded some chains from the frame to the forks before on a jap rat bike. It's not the prettiest but I'm also a shitty welder, I'm sure someone with talent could make it look nice.

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    I'm wondering what options I have for fork stops?
    Scottie asked here about fork stops for his rigid sporty chop; see post #22: http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showth...t=52128&page=2
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