Whether you are building a bike from the ground up, adding a 300 mm rear tire to a stock Harley or just tinkering with a few chrome parts, you must read this new how-to book. I did, and in my opinion, it’s one of the best written (meaning explained in plain language) book to understand the correct process of building a bike. And as the title indicates a big part of the book is about choosing the right frame and how to make modifications to it to be unique.But it is also about shocks, forks, brakes, tires & wheels, sheet metal and wiring. This new Chassis book includes over 400 color images spread across 144 pages, explaining not just what to buy but how to assemble all those parts. Two Hands-On chapters cover the assembly of both an Evo Softail and Twin-Cam bagger, from bare frame to rolling chassis with drivetrain installed. For the price of a few chrome bolts you can order it here: Advanced Custom Motorcycle Chassis.