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Old 01-02-2013, 04:49 PM
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Bmc mso

I bought a frame from a guy he said redneck made it but I called them and they said no! Does anybody know who starts there I.D frame numbers with BMC?
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Maybe BMC (Big Mike's Choppers)? Don't think they're in business anymore though. Got a pic of the frame?
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Old 01-02-2013, 05:14 PM
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Here's the frame are they out of business?




Dang are you serious I'm wondering about titling my frame.or even seeing some other bikes built
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Old 01-02-2013, 07:09 PM
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i have an 04 big mikes chopper the number does not start with bmc mine is an 04 others might start with bmc kev99 is correct bmc was bought by mob cycles Motorcycles of Bend, Inc.: Custom motorcycles, BMC Choppers, Parts, Service and Accessories (motorcycles of bend) this link should get you to thier site i have called with questions good bunch of guys they still have bmc bikes for sale hope this helps loren
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if you can tell me where you got the from number i also have on 06 big mikes chopper frame several models were made both mine are big daddy choppers sorry for the second post my 04 is done and far from original the other is in the basement in peices let me know and i will dig it out and check loren
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Thanks for confirming loren, I googled BMC and noticed that MOB web site come up first. That frame doesn't really look like any BMC bike I ever seen, most were straight leg downtubes.
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Thanks for confirming loren, I googled BMC and noticed that MOB web site come up first. That frame doesn't really look like any BMC bike I ever seen, most were straight leg downtubes.
kev99 you are correct i just looked on my bike and my frame both are straight leg but as i said they are both big daddy choppers there was a smaller bike called a hooligan i didnt go to the mob site but i imagine all bmc frames are close to the same being production bikes its kinda weird to do a totally diffrent frome but i guess it possable you are the first guy to mention bmc choppers i saw this one for sale and scrapped my custom build and bought it then used many of my custom things on the bmc just wondering if you saw many or had any experiance with them i really like the way this came out im partial since its mine im down to deciding to do an open belt drive just not sure it already has a 2 inch spacer on the primary and is heavy on the left side any way glad to hear from some one who has heard of bmc thanks loren
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Damnit now I don't have a MSO I don't think how the hec am I gone get it certified? Sorry guys yelling just don't know why the guy had to lie some people well of anybody has any idea on how I would title this would be helpful
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Old 01-02-2013, 09:28 PM
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onthisone go to the link i posted give them a call mabey the early bikes were diffrent and you might still have a bmc frame dont give up as i said i called the mob guys and they have a very good amount of knowledge on the bmc items hell you got the frame you might as well give them a shot good luck let me know how you do best of luck loren
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That is definitely not a BMC frame,

I would search other avenues.
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... just wondering if you saw many or had any experiance with them...
I just remember BMC back in the early 00's. Never had one or rode one though. Seems like most of them were simple geometry with revtech drivelines. I liked the lines of them though.
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It looks a little bit like and early Pro Street frame works frame prolly just a copy. I would check with your DMV and find out what is required to title a homebuilt frame. If a guy built it himself it would not have an MSO. Every state has different laws.....
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Thanks guys spoke to my hwp today and he was actually pretty cool he said if I have a MSO paper with a number on it maybe I should stamp the number on the frame hint hint so will see what happens
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