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Paughco rigid frame bobber build

I think the stock Harley Softail rear caliper and stock spacers should work for a Paughco softail swingarm accepting the 130 rear with belt, but how about a Paughco rigid that accepts the 130 rear with belt? Make things easier for me.
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The stock spacers and caliper mount will work on the stock style rigid, but I think you might have to weld up a frame tab for the caliper.
My first rigid frame was a Paughco and it didn't have the tab already welded.
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Yup...you have to weld the tap on the Paughco frame.
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If you don't specify at the time of order your using a softail rear brake then you'll probably recieve it without the tab...........they'll leave it up to you to decide what you want to run. I specified the softail brake when I made the order and they welded it on.
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If you don't specify at the time of order your using a softail rear brake then you'll probably recieve it without the tab...........they'll leave it up to you to decide what you want to run. I specified the softail brake when I made the order and they welded it on.
That would be the way to go.......be done/proper w/it......
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