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Old 09-05-2021, 12:40 PM
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Yep, a kit roller would be a good start. One must have a good deal of knowledge and experience to build completely from ground up correct geometry frame chassis to handle well. Especially a radical chopper.

Short bobbers perhaps are more forgiving…

eBay has offers complete rollers.

I would suggest to built a chopper/ bobber with the rear not wider than 200.

Very cool and nice balance and handling. Normal Harley configuration and minimum offset of drivetrain.

It feels like the monster tires craze above 300 is so late 90,s- early 2000,s. So outdated.
Time to outgrow this silly immaturity.( as we have outgrown extremely long forks)

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