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    Default Yo crazy frankers

    Has anyone out there done a crazy frank cone shovel with a horseshoe tank and a panhead-style tin primary? I have all the parts to do this except for the oil tank. I plan to grab a 58-64 panhead replica tank from throttle addiction, wondered if anyone has made this stuff work together. My current horseshoe doesn’t clear the fender as-is, which is fine because I need to get an OEM-style one with primary tab anyway. Thanks.

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    Crazy Frank on his Shovel:
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    Crazy Frank Fender build...
    http://www.choppersaustralia.com/for...pic.php?t=8071

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    Thanks, but none of that is relevant to my question specifically.

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    Clever, but again, not really what I need. I need a tank with the tin primary mount on the left side. I do, however, see that he offers adapter kits to run a 58-64 tank on a later frame. Not a big fan of the way they make the tank sit, but good to know it’s an option.

    Edit: I see now that the kick-only version has the tab. This is awesome, thanks for this!
    Last edited by Aaronbagby; 08-19-2021 at 6:35 PM.

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