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Old 07-04-2009, 12:38 PM
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Ontario Chopper Build Help

Hey there guys hows it going? I am new to this site. I have been researching alot on building a bike. I work in a custom metal shop every day where I have access to every machine, welders, cnc ect... I figure this would be something I would enjoy working on and take advantage of the machines I have access too.

I have been looking for all kinds of sites to help me out get started on the right foot. Something I thought of today I better look into before I even touch a machine or some steel is when I finish this built is it going to be a royal pain to get this machine on the road or insured at all???? Is there a site someone can direct me to or help me out on what I can and cant do????? I better figure this all out before I start even though I'm itchin to get started on this. I know people either start with a stock bike i take it for the vin number and something to start with or buy a frame already made I was kinda hoping to build the frame myself.
If theres any good web sites or advice you guys could help me out with that would be awesome. Websites either related to building or getting a title ect anything thanks alot
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Old 12-28-2012, 07:31 AM
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best buy a basket of your choice.keep the v.i.n.s &numbers on motor &neck.with the neck build the frame as you want.this way you keep the ownership as stock easy to insure.no ownership get a bill of sale!good hunting.
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Old 12-28-2012, 03:21 PM
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It can be a pain and it varies from one place to another here in the states. I don't have a clue about Canada. here you mostly need 3 MSO's on parts.....Frame, Tranny & motor. If you build a frame I think you need receits for material. You just need get with your DMV and see whats up.
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Old 12-28-2012, 04:37 PM
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im in ontario as well. I,m tired of all the ministry b.s floating around. I am building the bike i want and i willworry about that crap later...lol. We are supposed to have freedom and rights.. and i wont let the ministry stand in my way of building what i want to build. There is always a loop hole somewhere or you may have to pay a little more here n there ( eg ...insurance) but build what you want and ride !!

We have to start sticking up for this kinda stuff or speed and custom shops ....fab shops...etc are gonna be non existant. That means less revenue...less jobs...etc. If you follow the car scene in ontario like i do.....you will seee there are petitions going around at shows , swap meets, drag strips, custom shops, speed shops etc trying to stop all the stupid rules and regulations that are killing the hobby. Lets just hope that some good and some leniency comes out of these types of actions.
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Old 12-28-2012, 07:14 PM
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best buy a basket of your choice.keep the v.i.n.s &numbers on motor &neck.with the neck build the frame as you want.this way you keep the ownership as stock easy to insure.no ownership get a bill of sale!good hunting.
saves a lot of cash on registration and excise tax also
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