New Rigid Dropper Frame

Designed by Nash Motorcycles and fabricated by John Grant, the creator of the clever Swift Kick this old school style rigid frame is sold in the basic geometry 30-degree rake, 1″ backbone stretch, 1″ up stretch  up with a cool seat height of 20″ can also be custom ordered in different configurations.  Neck, axle plates, engine mounts, and side car loops are all made from cast steel (or stainless steel), also a John design and fabrication. Your frame engine mounts will be set for the engine family you intend to use. Sportster, Evolution or Shovelhead (same mounts), Knucklehead or Panhead. Two frame widths are available, for 90 to 160 mm series tires or 160-200 mm series. Nash Motorcycles.

4 Responses to “New Rigid Dropper Frame”

  1. 1 Lyle May 14th, 2010 at 10:06 am

    Nice looking frame with the forgings (OK, castings)instead of weldments. Why the solid sidecar loops though? Or is this a proto?

  2. 2 jatinder pal May 17th, 2010 at 9:35 am

    Now this is different.
    A must have for old school chopper project.

    Nash boys make pretty good stuff.

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