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Any ideas on where to get a chopper frame for a norton750
around the dallas texas area?
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Old 01-07-2006, 07:25 PM
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If you haven't found anything yet, call Ed at Precision Cycle Works, 301-937-5783. He's been in the parts bussines for over 40 years, Triumph & ENglish bikes were his main stay for a long time. I bet he can give you a couple of sources. If you order through him you'll be OK, Ed's 100% straight shooter no jerking around, He's a good source when you need engine parts and gasket sets--ect. His shop hrs are 12-6 EST Md. closed Mons.
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