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Old 01-08-2004, 05:25 AM
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Rowe Machine Frames

I have an '82 HD Ironhead Roadster that I am rebuilding. The frame has some pretty deep corrosion. I am having trouble finding anyone in the Austin, TX area that can chop the frame. I think that I want to rake and stretch it. However, by the time I find someone to do it, I'll probably pay as much as a new frame.

That being said, I was looking at the Rowe Machine Fatsta Frame. (basically it is a FXR based Sportster frame). Has anyone had any experience with Rowe and their Frames? Any help info would be appreciated!

Also if any one from the ATX area who has lead on a reputable shop who does frame work let me know.
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Old 01-09-2004, 04:47 PM
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Hey,
You know, I hear redneckengineering does frame mods.. I saw on there site that they did a sporty for a guy.. looks good to me..
I know I have done business with em and they were good to me.. no frame mods but i bought a frame from them..
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