Softail Bobber 250 Frame for Harley Evo Motor

FAT TIRE 250mm SOFTAIL STYLE FRAME


"FAT DADDY"

 

Left Side Drive (LSD)

SpecialFeatures include:

38 Degree Rake.
4 " Stretch on back bone
2 " Down tube stretch


1" offset transmission.
Swingarm for wide rear wheel
(250mm fat tire).
Motor mount.
TIG / MIG welded at major points.
MIG welded on our new precision frame fixtures for accurate location & fitment.

 

Primed

Frame comes with rear axle, swingarm, pivot arm and MSO.


Accepts Harley-Davidson Evolution motor 1986-99 and any Evo-style engine up to 135": RevTech, S+S, Ultima, Merch, Patrick.


Notice! For safety reasons we ship MSO separately from the frame.
The purchaser of the frame should email us with the VIN # found on the frame
and his mailing address. We will ship the MSO immediately upon this conformation.








Custom motorcycle built by Demon's Cycle on similar frame

Product ID: 3754
SKU: Frame Softail FAT DADDY 4

Availability: In stock

$849.99
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    FAT TIRE 250mm SOFTAIL STYLE FRAME

    "FAT DADDY"
     
    Left Side Drive (LSD)

    SpecialFeatures include:

    38 Degree Rake.
    4 " Stretch on back bone
    2 " Down tube stretch

    1" offset transmission.
    Swingarm for wide rear wheel
    (250mm fat tire).
    Motor mount.
    TIG / MIG welded at major points.
    MIG welded on our new precision frame fixtures for accurate location & fitment.
     
    Primed

    Frame comes with rear axle, swingarm, pivot arm and MSO.

    Accepts Harley-Davidson Evolution motor 1986-99 and any Evo-style engine up to 135": RevTech, S+S, Ultima, Merch, Patrick.

    Notice! For safety reasons we ship MSO separately from the frame.
    The purchaser of the frame should email us with the VIN # found on the frame
    and his mailing address. We will ship the MSO immediately upon this conformation.


    Custom motorcycle built by Demon's Cycle on similar frame

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