Building A Bike With A Retro Vibe? Girder Style Front End.

1midglidespringer2midglidespringerbisThis narrow glide Girder style front end will work well with any classic or new built Chopper or Bobber.

It will fit most Harley Big Twins from 1949 to present with 1” neck bearings. Total length is 23” but you can custom order other lengths.

Suspension is via a single 350 psi per inch rebound adjustable shock.  3/4” axle for narrow glide wheel. This front end is setup for internal fork stop.

Sold raw steel, assembled ready to install with all hidden hardware. $2400. Mid-Glide front ends, dual shocks, also available. At Chassis Design Co.  909-982-6905

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6 Responses to “Building A Bike With A Retro Vibe? Girder Style Front End.”


  1. 1 Terence Tory Mar 14th, 2014 at 8:48 am

    It looks much like a Jesse Rooke style fork IMHO. $2.4K seems pretty pricey by my reckoning.

  2. 2 Larry Lamonaco Mar 14th, 2014 at 9:00 pm

    TT, once again showing your ignorance about the industry you say you are in but we all know you are not. Who do you think made some of Jesse Rookes frames and front end Jesse? It was Anthony at Chassis Design

  3. 3 Terence Tory Mar 14th, 2014 at 11:51 pm

    Larry Lamonaco,I know.You are right.That’s why I said:”It looks much like a Jesse Rooke style fork.”

    And I’m right too.I didn’t say it was a Jesse Rooke manufactured fork.

  4. 4 Tussuck Mar 15th, 2014 at 6:33 am

    That’s one fugley front end….I pity the poor bike that it ends up on.

  5. 5 Wilhelm Mar 15th, 2014 at 6:59 am

    One wonders what kind of pivot/swingarm bearings are in there. If any.

  6. 6 thug Mar 17th, 2014 at 2:37 pm

    STILL WAITING AFTER SEVERAL ATTEMPTS TO REACH ANTHONY ,BY PHONE , EMAIL , AND FACEBOOK , TO RESOLVE THE TWO BAD FRAME’S THAT WEREN’T WHAT I ORDER …. BAD WAY TO DO BUSINESS TO A LONG TIME CUSTOMER…. AND YES HE HAS MY NUMBER …..

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