Velocity Leaf Spring Front End By Voodoo Vintage

voodoo1voodoo2Voodoo Vintage offers a vintage style Leaf Spring front end that the shop tweaked for modern days.

The top trees are machined and feature 1/2” riser mount holes distanced 3-1/2″ apart to allow the use of traditional Harley-Davidson style risers. The top-tree mounts are the same dimension as the early Harley-Davidson Springer front end, permitting the use of standard after-market top clamps including dog-bone type triple clamps and integrated handlebar systems. Top trees can be ordered with top trees mounted with the riser holes forward or rearward allowing placement options for the end user. Steering Stem is machined from 1″ 4130 rod and threaded 1-24 with height to accommodate the standard 7″ Harley head tubes and includes the top nut and dust shields.

voodoo3Main Legs are fabricated from .120 wall DOM tubing and bent monolithic from top to bottom and now include hidden brake stays. Width of the legs are typical of Mid-Glide applications allowing the use of most double flanged rims. Legs can be ordered stock length, 2” or 4” under. Legs feature an organic “curved” design that brings a fresh new look to this tried-and-true front end system. Suspension can be “tuned” by adding or removing individual leafs.

Tandem Rockers are designed in conjunction with the forward legs to eliminate the potential of cam-lock. The rockers can be flipped vertically to allow alteration of axle height. It may also be reversed with the axle out front similar to a springer system. Made in Texas. Retailing at $1195 (raw steel) Voodoo Vintage

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4 Responses to “Velocity Leaf Spring Front End By Voodoo Vintage”


  1. 1 J.H. Jul 20th, 2014 at 11:46 pm

    Looks like you’ll have a great time pogoing down the road. Needs a shock or a dampener. Remember this is pre-WW II technology. But they sure look good on a nice chop.

  2. 2 RUB Jul 22nd, 2014 at 11:17 am

    Huh , I thought A 1 Mike has the patent on this design .

  3. 3 bigalyts Jul 22nd, 2014 at 2:53 pm

    Don’t invest in this sensation?

  4. 4 Lyle Landstrom Jul 22nd, 2014 at 3:09 pm

    I can’t speak for these, but the original Indian leaf springers were a real nice ride. And the were anti-dive when you used the front brake. Unlike telescopics.

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