Kiwi Indian Reproduction Leaf Spring Front Ends By Paughco

These Leaf Spring front ends provide a nostalgic image dating back to the ‘20’s and 30’s. For a restoration or a one-off new project with a very nostalgic touch, these forks with unique styling are compatible with 16”to 21” wheels and accommodate single or dual disc brakes.  Custom swaged 1-piece, 1 ¼” heavy wall tubing is used for the rear legs and fronts are ¾”. Front support bars are solid ¾”mild steel.

Rockers are Paughco’s exclusive high strength units with self lubricating, space tech, cast nylon bushings. Front legs measure 20” from the bottom of the stem to the front axle. Available in chrome, polished copper or black powder coat, they retail starting at just $2099.95. For complete details call 775-246-5738 or go to Paughco.

6 Responses to “Kiwi Indian Reproduction Leaf Spring Front Ends By Paughco”

  1. 1 hk Nov 13th, 2011 at 11:37 am

    ive been begging the boss to put one of these front ends on a bike forever .Looks like the price has come down

  2. 2 Doc Robinson Nov 14th, 2011 at 4:42 am

    These are a sweet front end and a cool touch indeed for a custom build. A buddy has one on his Panhead and loves the attention it garners. Our Heavy Duty magazine tour group visited Paughco on the ride up to Sturgis this year and saw the class operation Ron Paugh runs close up and first hand. A very impressive facility, producing quality products like the Paughco Springer front end I have on my last custom build. Top Shelf products proudly MADE IN AMERICA.

  3. 3 Dale Nov 14th, 2011 at 7:29 am

    These are great. I’m getting one for a bobber project. Great look and high quality.

  4. 4 LENNY SINNET MC ADVANTAGES Nov 14th, 2011 at 9:40 am

    Ron at Paughco is the best when it comes to classic product for the Harley Davidson motorcycle. This is fact and this is a great product again from Paughco USA


  5. 5 the truth Nov 17th, 2011 at 10:10 am

    Nice job re-inventing the wheel.

  6. 6 mark Nov 17th, 2011 at 8:26 pm

    two great people/ companies. Good move for both parties.

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