Exclusive Preview. New Acme Bobber And Chopper Loop Tail Frames.

You are the 1st to see them. The official launch will be during Daytona Bike Week. Precision crafted by Acme Choppers at their New Hampshire Laconia shop, these new Loop Tail frames are designed to help you build the rigid Bobber or Chopper of your dreams. The Acme crew uses only American-made DOM tubing and cold rolled plate and rod stock for raw materials, and fits all its frames with precision details like their one-piece steering neck with integrated bearing cups and hidden fork stop.

They are all TIG welded in fixtures to ensure precision and straightness. Perimeter tubing is 1.125” O.D. x 0.156” wall. Backbone and Seat Post are  1.50” O.D. x 0.1888” wall DOM. Billet CNC’ed motor and transmission plates with raised contact patches for precision fitment and easy masking before paint. Box-section backbone gusset at neck tube junction. One-piece billet CNC’ed steel retro-inspired loop axle plates with integrated adjusters and paint protector inserts. Symmetrical rear triangle accommodates 140 mmm tire and left side final drive.

Available for Big Twin Twins 4/5/6-speed Evo or 4-speed kicker, Sportster 86 to 03, Yamaha XS650, Unit Triumph, Hinckley Triumph. Choice of 30-degree rake with no stretch and no up stretch, or 34-degree rake with 1.5 stretch and 5″ up stretch.

For more info, call Wayne on my behalf at 603-524-2263. Acme Choppers

13 Responses to “Exclusive Preview. New Acme Bobber And Chopper Loop Tail Frames.”

  1. 1 Johny Spark Feb 9th, 2011 at 9:23 am

    Looking very clean, well fabricated. Good details.

  2. 2 Roadside Marty Feb 9th, 2011 at 9:25 am

    Excellent work!!!

  3. 3 Bud Feb 9th, 2011 at 10:27 am

    Acme has got their shit together. Quality stuff!!

  4. 4 KSW Feb 9th, 2011 at 10:43 am

    Wow, very nice indeed. Details, details, details.

    What I also like is that they accommodated the xs650 and Triumph power plants.
    That speaks to the broad minded forethought of the team at Acme.

  5. 5 burnout Feb 9th, 2011 at 11:44 am

    Smooth frame. peace

  6. 6 Tom Keller (thug custom cycles) Feb 9th, 2011 at 1:59 pm

    the cost is way overpriced..

  7. 7 Dick Gazina Feb 9th, 2011 at 2:42 pm

    How much would you suggest Acme sell their frames for, Tom Keller from Thug Custom Cycles? Not biased, are we? Seriously—I’ve seen a dozen Acme frames and I’m helping a friend build a new Triumph with one, and at $2,400 (including oil bag and battery tray for Big Twins!), these things are a steal. So many custom milled and CNC’ed details. Great design features like one-piece CNC’ed loop style axle plates with integrated adjusters. And the fork neck! This thing is clean and absolutely genius. Instead of hating on what one American chopper company is offering the market, let’s see the stellar work and low pricing Thug Customs offers.

  8. 8 Eric Maurer Feb 9th, 2011 at 5:10 pm

    hey Dick…. if you are gonna drop the gauntlet and call someone out (and come on Tom…. you deserve to get called out on your comment)….. at least use your real name. We are all grownups here!

  9. 9 Bigfoot Feb 10th, 2011 at 10:46 am

    They look nice. Will they be making streached neck or neck and rear streached frames with more of a rake ?

  10. 10 Mike Tomas, Kiwi Indian MotorCycle Co Feb 10th, 2011 at 10:48 am

    Since we make our own frames for our own Flathead engine models, I know only too well what costs are involved to do the job properly. To make a high quality frame it is what it is. I will never begrudge anyone getting what he needs for a product when it’s high quality.

  11. 11 sickboy Feb 11th, 2011 at 6:03 am

    where in Daytona?

  12. 12 jatinder pal Feb 15th, 2011 at 8:46 am

    Looks good….welds are nice.

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