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    Default De-Raked 57 Pan

    I have de-raked my 57 FL back to 30 degrees. (had to rake it back in 73) I am putting the HydraGlide front end back on. I was going to put a 16" wheel on the front but I'm thinking about keeping the 21" wheel that was on the Paughco springer. I want to keep the bike level, does anyone know what length tubes will do the trick? I have not mocked up the bike yet, just thought I would see whats been done.

    Here's a photo of what inspired me to keep the 21

    https://www.streetchopperweb.com/56-...custom-bob-job

    Thanks,
    Sam

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    Just put stock length tubes on it.............

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    ^^^ What Tattooo said. Worked for me!

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    That green pan is porn!

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    This shows it better
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    Thanks for the replies. I must be out of the loop. I thought the "Allstate" rear tire on the genny shovel came from Sears Roebuck in 1966

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