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Old 10-27-2011, 05:20 PM
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Help with frame geometry

Almost done with my first build(3 years) pics to follow thanks to everyone here. Now... im going to put to use some spare parts i have aquired and need help choosing a frame.. heres what i have.

stock 02 deuce tripple trees with 32 inch forks on a 21 inch .

18 inch rear wheel with a 180

im looking for a frame to use with that set up (hard or soft) but want the bike to look different than stock..(dont want to use 30/0/0). what do you guys think would work the best with that set up .. pictures always help
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Why not a 30/0? lower the forks

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Old 10-27-2011, 07:11 PM
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This was a cool bike. It was a 38 degree 0 up 0 out Softail i built with almost all take off parts. I hated to see it go when i sold it but the guy who bought it still has it and rides the hell out of it. Its stock rear width we used a takeoff HD Swingarm but you could do it with a 180 frame to use the wheel you have.

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