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  • Sportster Crazy Frank

    So, I've been interested in this Crazy Franks for the sporty...





    but although it was on the original pub pages,
    it appears there aren't many examples around
    or at least I couldn't find them...

    can you all help me and others find info,
    pictures and all that we can find...
    original or reps

    thank you
    Last edited by Akeemking; 01-05-2016, 4:52 PM.

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      • #4
        good luck. if you can find one it'll probably run you around a grand. jap scene fueled the parts market for the last 5 or so years and the prices on these fenders jumped up. check out bnc choppers crazy frank'enstein mount kit. $100 and you can weld it up to any fender you want. i'm running one on my '91 modified with a sissy bar.

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        • #5
          My blacksmith buddy made his own Frank's from scratch on his 07 nightster

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            Slims Fab!

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            • #7
              They're back in business. https://www.crazyfrankenterprises.co...fender-housing

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              • #8
                Whats old is new again

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by docmel
                  Whats old is new again
                  I would swear back in the 80's, day, Superior cycle, or another company, sold a rear fender set up that looked almost like it, but it had more sqaure angles to the fender on the sides

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                  • #10
                    Laser cut sheet metal makes life so much easier for fabricators. If you have a design you want cut your local machine shops either have one or more likely outsource (nearly every modern machine shop does). They use nesting software to get the most pieces per sheet which makes small run production to test the waters
                    easy.

                    Someone should repop the Smith Bros and Fetro struts in stainless but the price per sheet right now is likely quite steep.

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                      best picture i could currently find but heres one i did a few years ago but without the tailight and sissy bar section. i took an xlch fender, shortened and narrowed it then cut the side skirts off and made my own, then edged the skirt with cold rolled steel rod and silicon bronzed it in to "mold it.

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