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Old 11-19-2010, 06:22 PM
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Hey what frame did you use for his build or is it a hardtail kit where can I find whatever method you used? im in the process of purchasing a triumph and this is the frame i have in mind for my build. thanks
It is actually a stock Triumph 650 front loop and the rear is a 4" stretch hardtail with 2.5" of drop. I modified the top of the hardtail and added a bit of drop seat so the seat would sit lower. Most triumph hardtails that are on the market don't have that done, usually just straight to the axle plates. Hope that helps! There is more pictures of it on
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