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    Default Please help ID this rigid frame!!!

    So the shortest story of this is, I have an opportunity to buy a 1990 Soft tail evo fat boy thatís been hit in the front but runs. One thing is the front motor mount has a crack in it. NBD I think I can weld it and repair it, he is also giving me this rigid frame roller with it which I believe looks like a soft tail rear wheel and ironhead front end. But!!!!
    I canít ID the frame at all and donít know if itís made for a Shovel or an evo twin.
    He wants 1200 for the fat boy and the roller.
    Any help is greatly appreciated!!

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    one more pic...okay two,

    one of the rear axle plates,

    then one of the whole frame ; don't need to see wheels or forks, just the whole frame, what you are asking to be identified.

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    ^^^^ Yes way more pics are needed.............^^^^^

    Are you getting a title with the roller???????? Because the softtail title is useless with that frame............ Just in case you didn't know it........

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnchainedKustoms View Post
    So the shortest story of this is, I have an opportunity to buy a 1990 Soft tail evo fat boy that’s been hit in the front but runs. One thing is the front motor mount has a crack in it. NBD I think I can weld it and repair it, he is also giving me this rigid frame roller with it which I believe looks like a soft tail rear wheel and ironhead front end. But!!!!
    I can’t ID the frame at all and don’t know if it’s made for a Shovel or an evo twin.
    He wants 1200 for the fat boy and the roller.
    Any help is greatly appreciated!!

    ThanksClick image for larger version. 

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    Shovel and Evo Twin motor mounts are the same, trans. maybe not.

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    No title or paperwork with this frame.

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    Thanks man I appreciate it. I figure the motor would fit snug in, but depending what type of tranny 4 speed or 5 speed etc could be a different case. I’m going to pass on this one. Oh well. Thank you all to whom asked and answered!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnchainedKustoms View Post
    I’m going to pass on this one. Oh well.

    That's a smart move!!!!!!!!!

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