Rolling Thunder Sweet Amber Softail Chassis Kit.

Many of you don’t wish or are not expert at welding and prefer an all-in-one sheet metal chassis where everything is setup correctly in advance by the manufacturer. No more head ache with steel twisting after each round of weld (frame/fender/gas tank). No more nervous breakdown trying to align and or/offset your drive line. But you still want your bike to look like a one-off. So, to help you win the challenge of “I can build it in my garage and make it right the 1st time”, the craftsmen at Rolling Thunder produced a new all inclusive Softail chassis called “Sweet Amber” (I know the story behind the name and they will explain to you if you buy one!). It’s setup for a 250 to 360mm rear tire size, Right Side Drive (of course), with the oil tank built into the frame (cool), a battery tray below the seat area, and a mounted rear fender (no guessing where it should be). In addition, it comes with a proprietary Rolling Thunder’s radius one piece gas tank, and includes the choice of 2″ tubing, thereby reducing vibration for those using large motors. It is available in any configuration and designed for all motors, including a 145’ in either Evolution, Twin Cams and the new S&S X-Wedge. See it and many others at Rolling Thunder Frames. Or call on my behalf Sam or Spencer at 450-699-7045.

5 Responses to “Rolling Thunder Sweet Amber Softail Chassis Kit.”

  1. 1 burnout Apr 30th, 2008 at 11:35 am

    I like it but where is the fun in having everything line up? peace

  2. 2 jspfc Apr 30th, 2008 at 2:56 pm

    Isn’t the Sweet Amber one of the OCC’s “new production” bikes? Wait do you mean OCC isnt really making these bikes from scratch, what a big surprise. Another reason why everyone thinks they are jokes.

  3. 3 Donnie Apr 30th, 2008 at 3:54 pm

    Rolling Thunder. the best welds in the frame business.

  4. 4 pablo May 7th, 2008 at 6:36 pm

    The boys at Rolling thunder know what there doing and have the nicest shop I have ever seen!!!! just dont ask the mr personality from AMEN….AAAA nice work Spencer…Sammy and Crew!!!


  5. 5 time machine Nov 15th, 2010 at 11:57 am

    What does the sweet amber cost from rolling thunder and will the forward controls accept a person 5-8 with 29 inch inseam?

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