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I have made a few posts that used a handlebar stem wedge instead of the seat post clamp. On the .120" wall frames it's pretty hard to clamp the...
Was worried all the standard holes in the sheet metal wouldn't work for you but I can see you put them to good use. As far as the frame...
Nothing like a parallel twin.
Seen the Old Crow belly tank many times in it's proper environment on the salt flats. It really is cool. My first visit was in 2012 before I...
Which Worksman products? Hubs?
Its says 100mm. Is that the hub spacing?
Nice hub find. I like the backing plate. Looks very solid.
Your welcome. You would think the longer Worksman arm would be better than the shorter true Atom version but longer means flex.
I have been through a lot of the Worksman hubs. Very tough but not the best performers. They are essentially an Atom design. Picked up...
I have had a couple batteries come through with very thick shrink wrap. I bought thinner material and the difference was enough to allow a...
Just catching up on this thread. My list will also out live me! In the mean time keep building and ride the heck out of the ones that run!
Pretty easy to make a removable bung.
Beautiful work. I didnt know you painted as well.
You are more than welcome!
Complete gasket sets on ebay.
Not actual friction material. I use leather washers. The difference between the fork with and without the damper is very noticeable.
I also find it's very necessary, as much for damping as for removing free play. These old designs have a lot of joints and even keeping tight...
[img]Deep Dish by Pat Dolan, on Flickr
Here is how the sister frame to yours looks with my longer fork. Again, this was done to relax the steering angle and give clearance for...
Thanks for responding. It's nice to bounce ideas around and I need to consider all angles. Your picture above shows a tire scraper,...