kingfish254 wrote:Shame to cover those cool twin bars with a tank, but I know you are going to pull it off!
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That's a nice springer, good work!
The fork is perfect.
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so far except for a few parts i fabed up , its all emory parts from jacksonville emorys , thanks for the compliment
That fork is amazing, but have you thought about flipping it around so that it has a inverse curve? Just a thought.
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This is definitely one to watch. Really digging the fork idea.
put together this springer bridge today , used part of the original emory stem and just welded a washer on to it ,welded from both sides for strength, to recieve the fork tube .
Looking great! I was making a mock springer, but I may try to make one that actually works.
I also have a SA HD 3 speed w coaster from a woman's Emory, and also from 84. It's on my CWC bike and shifts perfectly. Girls never tear up their bikes.
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Nice work on the springer brother . That Emory fork looks almost like a Tange or Akisu
thanks this springer does work but i am a little concerned about , were the springs meet the bridge fork (green fork) , i have a 3/8 bolt running thru 3/8 sleaves bolted at the top this is a heavy duty compression spring, and upon impact it has travel !! and rebounds outward, also can pivot at the bottom, the finished springer these will be grade 8 bolts with a shoulder with rubber gromits on the bottom for shock ,and noise control
suday pics , original bars and stem back on the bike , also the original fork will work on the front the , boys bike and the girls headtubes are the same length . that was smart of emory
found these on a old lamp my wife bought from goodwill , there brass and they threaded right on!! she don't know it yet but i robbed them , this bike is starting to find its own path , and let me tell yah folks .....it aint pretty
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