Chassis 7
Pictured here is the upper rear shockie mounts that i've made up out of a mixture of 3mm box tubing and 4mm plate, currently tacked in place ready for Charlie to TIG weld.

Chassis 7

I've cut up some 3mm plate to fit between the seat framing and the lower pipes so that both items are locked solid together, i've cut ( and yet to…

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Chassis 6
Here we have a close up of the steering neck and i got to say that notching these pipes to meet up with the neck was a complete pain just because there are like 3 or so different angles to take into acount, anyway its all done now so i'm happy again.

Chassis 6

Here we have a close up of the steering neck and i got to say that notching these pipes to meet up with the neck was a complete pain just…

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Chassis 5
Now that the steering neck is mounted in place i temporarly mounted the front forks and wheels just so i can visualise the overall shape of the trike, so i took a photo and photoshopped a couple bits and peices just to get a general idea.

Chassis 5

Now that the steering neck is mounted in place i temporarly mounted the front forks and wheels just so i can visualise the overall shape of the trike, so i…

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Chassis 4
I drew a centre line down the middle of the frame jig and used a laser level, plumbob, bubble level, angle meter and a tape measure to align the neck into position. I welded an old RN250 lower triple tree that i picked up for $1 into position on the box section that i'm using for supporting the steering neck that way i dont have to make up bolts and spacers etc to hold the neck all i have to do is slip the neck over the triple tree.

Chassis 4

The steering neck is all made up and ready to be fitted so i sat in the drivers seat and worked out how high i want the steering so that…

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Chassis 3
I bought a complete front end off a CBX 750 which comes with handlebars, light switches and ignition etc and the front forks but best of all a 16inch front wheel with twin disc brakes. I will be eventually removing the forks and making up a leading link front end with extended forks but for now i have it sitting in place on approximately a 45 degree angle so i can geta visual of things

Chassis 3

I bought a complete front end off a CBX 750 which comes with handlebars, light switches and ignition etc and the front forks but best of all a 16inch front…

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