Flame : Steam Pipe
front girder : SS400 Plate 6t (cut & Bend)
Rear wheel : 16 in.( Hub by machine tool,Tire is SHINKO )
Front wheel : 21 in
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Jack – Its an 83 I picked up from an older guy that had at least ten of them from what I saw in his garage it only had 9000 miles on it. As of now the only mods I’ve done is a new set of TC Bros handle bars and billet aluminum handle bar bushings. Its a real clean bike for its age I’m not sure if I’m going to keep it or get rid of it for something faster I can’t decide chop it or sell it?
Jose – It took me about a year to build my xs750.Its time to move onto an other project. Its for sale on EBay –
Joe – I wanted a bike I could knock around town in and have fun with .Built this for less than 800 bucks . I am going to keep doing more and more to it as I ride and enjoy my little Brat. Continue Reading →
Paul hocroft – 1975 original except for two into ones (when brought) stripped frame down to last nut and bolt, the swing arm was seized solid needed a hacksaw to remove. Now bronze bushes and tappered rollers bearings in headstock. Painted her myself, black with 4 coats two pack clear metalflake on frame. Continue Reading →
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