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Thread: Local frame sources?

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    Default Local frame sources?

    Does anyone by chance know of a relatively local (SE Mich) place that does frames (specifically sportsters)? I've been pondering a little stretching, or at least some more rake + longer forks, so I'm shopping around to see about how much chicken scratch I'll be in for.

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    Detroit Bros makes a standard rake rigid, a goosneck and their drop seat frames for Sporty's. They're not cheap but they're very nice.
    www.detroitbros.com


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    Last edited by Chris300s; 04-12-2011 at 08:22 AM.

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    Voodoo Choppers (Eric Gorges) is in Clinton Township.
    http://voodoochoppers.com/

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    I'll have to give Voodoo a ring, they look like they're more in line with what I've got in mind. much obliged for the links

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    There's also a guy that advertises rigid frames on CL for $700-900. Take a look at the DB website. I think that their goosneck is one of the prettiest frames out there.

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    Hammer in Hand in St. Johns does alot of Sportster stuff.

    they have some nice bolt on hartails.


    http://hammerinhandcycles.com/index.html

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