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Post Sat Oct 05, 2002 4:26 am

Posts: 801
Location: Planet Earth
Are Teds replica frames made in Tiwan or Connecticut?

Then click on frame repair

[This message has been edited by JIm (edited 05 October 2002).]

Post Sat Oct 05, 2002 6:01 am

Posts: 896
Location: Bixby,OK, USA
I have now and had in the past a few Corbin Gentry rigid "Chopper" frames frome the late seventies, early eighties. They have been of good quality, I just think to straighten a frame it ought to be bolted to something....jb

Post Sat Oct 12, 2002 7:59 pm

Posts: 376
Location: Lebanon, CT USA
Have sold 3 of these frames and so far everthing has fit, maybe a little nudge on the lower tank mount on 47 knuck frame, have had to work harder on some actual H-D frames... Their Springers are (same 3 customers) looked (from 5 feet away) and fit right also...geezer

Post Mon Oct 14, 2002 4:48 am

Posts: 1319
Location: State College, Pa.
I had gotten a Paughco frame last year that Had the swingarm pivot out of axis. After I got them in axis so the pivot bolt would thread in , the swingarm wasn't in line with the backbone. Straighten the swingarm area so the rear wheel was centered with the backbone and the sprockets were in line. It was alot worse than most wrecked frames I've straightened.


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