Single-Sided Swingarm. Oil Tank Incorporated.

You know that there is not sleek bike without building it from a great frame. What about the swingarm which I consider an inherent part of the frame? Ever tempted, but afraid, by the idea to use a single-sided swingarm? Well, this post to give you a great source to install one either on any stock B-Motor Harley-Davidson or of course any radical custom built. For custom use, the single-sided swingarm incorporates the oil tank directly in the arm, oil filter and cap included. I told you. Very sleek and not so difficult to install, especially with the advice of the experts at Rolling Thunder Call Sam or Spencer on by behalf at: 450-699-7045 or visit Rolling Thunder Frames. 

6 Responses to “Single-Sided Swingarm. Oil Tank Incorporated.”

  1. 1 Dave B. Jun 27th, 2008 at 9:28 am

    I’ve only used a single-side swingarm once, about 3 years ago, and it was from R.C. Components. While it did function properly and the customer was satisfied, I just wasn’t crazy about the way it looked on a softail frame, so I never used another one. Just couldn’t knock the “mis-matched” look off it.
    This one looks like a much more viable option, especially if a better suited frame were used, instead of the typical softail frame. I am tempted to give this a try. Cyril, thanks for the info.

  2. 2 burnout Jun 27th, 2008 at 10:08 am

    S W E E T ! PEACE

  3. 3 Gar Jun 27th, 2008 at 5:32 pm

    Nothing new here! Jeff Nicklus build a single swing arm bike with the oil tank within it for a bike in Canada, don’t remember the name of the bike. Aaron Greene build a single swing arm bike with the oil in it for the Hard Rock Cafe. etc. The differance now is it is available to the public.

  4. 4 Gar Jun 27th, 2008 at 6:16 pm

    That would be “built” not “build”. Damn fingers don’t work on a Friday afternoon!

  5. 5 Dave B. Jun 27th, 2008 at 6:42 pm

    Of course it’s not a new idea, GAR… this one just happens to look OK.

  6. 6 Gar Jun 28th, 2008 at 3:58 pm

    It does look good. I am interested to know what the oil capacity is.

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