3.75 CDH Frame

Tristan Gillett

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Has anyone here used CDH's 3.75 liter gas frame? Are they any good? I plan on building a Predator 212 off one of these, with hopes that the bike won't fly apart the second I blip the throttle.

-Tristan
 

Tristan Gillett

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Another question I have is are they rear disk compatible? I took a look at their pictures, and i'm not too sure because they cropped some stuff out. Thanks.

-Tristan
 

curtisfox

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Another question I have is are they rear disk compatible? I took a look at their pictures, and i'm not too sure because they cropped some stuff out. Thanks.

-Tristan
I would stay away from aluminum with 212, it will crack, sooner or later. Probably the best bet is a Sportsman flyer frame........Curt
 

waynesdata

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The frame will hold. I am yet to see a report of a failed gas tank frame. Do not even see failed walmart frames. Issues like your breaks are bigger concerns. Sportsman flyer is over weight and over rated.