Such as the first all aluminum custom chopper (in 2004, out of 7075 billet), many hubless wheels, radical front ends and many other chassis components. The shop expertise is in engineering new and challenging designs and is often commissioned by other very well known US builders to assist them with their complex design projects.
This front end was custom designed to be used in conjunction with a 32″ MAD poly carbonate wheel. The fork assembly itself is made from billet 6061-t6 aluminum with solid brass accents and features an aluminum B-Cool fender. Shock is a custom made long stroke air suspension cylinder turned from billet 7075-t6 aluminum to allow lay frame capability. Shown as well is the matching rear air cylinder. If you have grandiose aluminum dreams requiring sophisticated motorcycle technology and advanced fabrication skills, call Steve Schuller on my behalf at 905-294-6183 Schuller Cycle Weeks