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Rigid Frame Lugs
« on: 08.12. 2013 22:40 »
Rigid frames here in the UK are like hens teeth, I now have a plunger frame so was thinking of having a go at making a rigid bolt on subframe.
I've made the two frame lugs that bolt under the engine using the plunger subframe as a pattern and about to copy the upper lugs, What I don't have is the wheel spindle lugs to copy - can any one give me close up photo's/drawings of these lug/plates and any dimensions would be a great help.
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Re: Rigid Frame Lugs
« Reply #1 on: 09.12. 2013 02:14 »
Hi Nourish,
Hope this helps,
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Richard
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Re: Rigid Frame Lugs
« Reply #2 on: 09.12. 2013 09:32 »
Thanks for that Richard - but not wishing to sound ungrateful - I was looking for some real close up pictures of the spindle area.
On another note - is that a one piece frame or is that a subframe?
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Re: Rigid Frame Lugs
« Reply #3 on: 09.12. 2013 10:06 »
I will get a chance to see the bike on Saturday, so will take some close-ups then; stay tuned for BSA nrop!
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