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Old 12-01-2005, 05:30 PM
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Just signed up for this board. Can tell this is one awesome site. Right now I'm in the proccess of desinging my own frame but cant find a certian measurement. What is the center to center distance of the lower rails and the rear wishbone for a 200 rear tire. I've started to look for this on the internet, which lead me here, but so far nothing. If anyone can help out it would be much appreciated. Im going with an 80" Evo, 5 speed trans, 8" apes, homemade sissy bar, homemade tank. Chrome frame and 60 chrome spokes, everything else black. Frame will be stock backbone and downtube w/ 38* neck and nothing in the trees. Right now I would just like to get the frame done up so I have something to say, "Ya I made that!" Then Ill make another one for custom use. Then someday it'll be up for chopper of the month! Like I said any help along the way would be much appreciated. I'll be posting pics and designs as I go. Thanks to all
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Old 12-01-2005, 05:38 PM
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welcome jduff.

i have seen lower rails from 81/2 to 10 inches wide center to center, there is no standard, depends on the manufacturer.

as far as the rear section, a 200 is roughly 8 inches wide, depending on the style brake you wanna run id give yourself 1 inch room on that side, if you are running a chain 1 1/2 on the other side, 2 inches if you plan to run a belt.

most 200 frames are right around 10 3/4 inside axle adjuster to the other side inside axle adjuster...
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Old 12-01-2005, 05:44 PM
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I plan on running right side brakes and left side chain. Thanks very much im actually designing right now. Big time help. Thanks much
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Old 12-01-2005, 06:57 PM
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Old 12-03-2005, 04:40 AM
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Welcome Jduff,,,,,if you cant find the info here,,,it aint out there to be found!!! Good luck and post progress pics.
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