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    Repop rigid frame - Who made?

    Hi,
    I picked up a rigid frame for a bobber project, knowing it is not "correct" but is okay for what I have in mind. I am trying to determine the manufacturer but have had no luck to this point. It has the following characteristics:

    1> It has no Harley casting hallmarks or numbers.
    2> It has a shovel-style neck with the boss for the neck lock, not drilled. Has the flat boss for numbers like 70-up neck.
    3> It is a replica-style, had sidecar mounts but they have been removed.
    4> Has a shovelhead style top motor mount.
    5> Has "trimmed" axle plates, no markings on the outside but on the inside there are raised cast characters, left marked "TP5", right marked "TP6".
    6> The rear motor mount (@seat post tube) has the casting for a brake crossover tube but appears to never have had one installed.
    7> Frame style is 48-version wishbone, no flat for the horn.
    8> Appears to have never had the tank mounts, and next casting appears to be such that it was cast without.
    9> This does not seem to be a "back-halved" shovelhead frame.

    Any ideas anyone?

    Thanks.
    Lonnie C.

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    Re: Repop rigid frame - Who made?

    Post some photos ....

    Might be able to ID what you have ...

    I'm have use a few of the after/market frames over the year and started selling Edlund's not to long ago ...

    http://www.edlundframes.se/contact

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    Re: Repop rigid frame - Who made?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
    Post some photos ....

    Might be able to ID what you have ...

    I'm have use a few of the after/market frames over the year and started selling Edlund's not to long ago ...

    http://www.edlundframes.se/contact
    In looking over the frame more closely, it did in fact have the tank mounts originally, they were removed artfully so it looked like they had never been there.

    I'll see what I can do re photos, but I hope that the "TP" raised casting on the rear axle plates will jog someone's memory.

    Thanks.
    Last edited by Lonnie C.; 05-25-2018 at 02:40 PM. Reason: speling
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