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    Default Adding Early Brake Crossover Shaft To Later Shovel Frames?

    Hi there!

    Building a chopper, and I want to add a mechanical brake crossover over shaft to accommodate the mechanical brake set up I want to run in the rear. I don't want a juice, or a disc before you question my motives. lol I'll be running discs up front.

    So my question is do I need the original UL/EL motor/trans mount with the bushing, or can I fit it and work it in the grooved depression in the mount (see the pic)?

    Not just sloppily welded but proper, and i was thinking of finding a piece of rounded steel to weld on top of the casting to gusset and reinforce, in addition to having the brake crossover stiffener....I bought all the goods from http://raceframeengineering.com/



    Has anyone attempted this, and any tips? Thanks! Giorgio
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    Well, first off that is a killer looking chop.

    Second: http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=34187

    In short you posted this in the wrong area. it is always helpful to read the rules of the particular thread before posting...

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    SORRY ! thanks my man.

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