Are you looking for a frame for a 240 mm tire? We have the solution.
With a Sportster Hardtail Frame we can make customized frames according to your requirements.
hartail sportster frame for 240 mm tire
This offer includes an AttacKIT frame, an oil tank, a rear wheel for a 200 tire and a front wheel for a 140 tire or a 21 inch front wheel.
For the price of € 2495,-
For ongoing projects it makes sense that we’ll make a tank that gives the chopper its very own look.
This tank will be used for a HK boardtracker.
It isn’t old and it isn’t new, but a style throughout the years.
Trends come and go. The Gooseneck is not only suitable for a 70s style, but also suitable for a mix of styles. The Retro Springer, Wassel tank, the Early Shovel block with new technology and a 5 gearbox with hydra clutch.
Customer Arie has let us build this chopper with only modern parts.
For more info and photos click here: http://www.l-l-choppers.com/ll-photo-gallery/dragstyle/new-skool-chopper-el-diablo/?lang=en
Arie – El Diablo
This style is a reminiscent of the 70s. This is evident from the hardtail, drag pipes, sissy bar and high ape-hanger with a long retro jumper.
This model only has a 200 mm wide rear wheel and a narrow JJ tank.
Hardtail frame for Evo
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We’re finishing a boardtracker where we’ve used this blade jumper (30900ST).
The swingarm is painted in the old original green color of the bike. The leaf springs, swings and the forks are chromed.
The handlebar has inverted vintage handles (1203240) which are reversed handles with cable control. On the brake side the cable goes over to a hydraulic brake reservoir to control the front brake.
The whole is completed by a very old headlight!
Blade Springer Chrome
If you’ve got a project where brass is reflected in the theme than the gold chain 1001103 is a nice detail for the finishing touches!
chain gold 1001103
Normally we tell a story about the project, but now we’ve allowed the customer to speak.
Quincy; I was looking for a Japanese Zero style bobber. The Japanese Zero style is characterized by the angle of the front fork (this is somewhat placed down), the lack of a front fender, the gooseneck at the front of the frame, the relatively small tank and half the rear fender integrated with the rear light.
Click here for photos and info: http://www.l-l-choppers.com/ll-photo-gallery/bobber/shinka-chopper/?lang=en
The TwinCam is a block which was born in the year 2000. We are now 16 years later so logically today this block is also being used for different designs and styles.
We have a TwinCam Hardtail frame for a Bobber Style, an Old Skool and everything in between.
This frame is suitable for transferring all the parts to the donor bike. With the standard fork you’ll also have a low ground clearance which is a must to make an Old Skool Chopper.
Frame for Old Skool Chopper
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For Michel we’re going to build a chopper where different styles are going to be used. The different styles are combined in a new style called “Vintage New Generation.”
So we will use an Early Shovel block which has 1600 cc. This type comes from the same year as Michel’s birth. The 5 gearbox is fitted with a kicker and Hydra clutch.
For the wheels, we use 10-spoke aluminum wheels with a sleek appearance and it is braked by drum brakes.
If we build a chopper with a primary belt drive it’s often the desire to use a cover. Now of course we can take a (non-creative) primary belt drive from the catalog or we make a Homemade one.
With this project, we’ve retained the shape of the wheel in the beltcover.
On this project we’ve made everything thicker for the customer. A 200mm front tire with an extra thick and wide springer and a softail frame with extra thick tubes. Not to mention a 1600 cc Panhead block and a 240 mm rear tire.
Click here for photos from the end result: http://www.l-l-choppers.com/ll-photo-gallery/bobber/xxl-bobber/?lang=en
More and more engines are rebuilt with a petrol injection system, therefore we’ve now got a ribbed sportster tank for a fuel pump.