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Greetings from Portland OR - Need advice on new hack
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senorcosta
Posted 2/28/2017 9:18 PM (#92561)
Subject: Greetings from Portland OR - Need advice on new hack



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Hi all
I haven't been on here since I moved her from NJ a few years back. Glad to see its still active.
I have built a few hacks in my time with my "garage buddies" but I certainly am no expert. I have a very good condition 1994 Honda Magna 750 that I want to add something onto. The bike has a lot of juice and could pull a Mack truck  
That said, seeing how I'm in "weird" Portland, I'm thinking maybe building a frame (I can weld), and maybe build a unique tub or two just for fun. Maybe you guys can give me some advice on the frame and the best way to connect it. Here's a few shots of the bike:

- Gus 

 



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Hack'n
Posted 3/1/2017 6:43 AM (#92565 - in reply to #92561)
Subject: RE: Greetings from Portland OR - Need advice on new hack



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This custom V65 Magna Handyman tub (on a CFS chassis also has a flatbed deck under it. Lot's of possibilities for a home boy built sidehack.

Raised and schooled in Portland from '33 to '46, and it was weird then too!

Lonnie
NWSC Ret'd.





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jaydmc
Posted 3/1/2017 10:31 AM (#92566 - in reply to #92561)
Subject: Re: Greetings from Portland OR - Need advice on new hack


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You are welcome to come by our shop and look at how we do things, We also offer a DYI frame kit where we pre cut every thing and weld the swing arm up for you in our jig so it is all square.
Jay G
DMC sidecars
www.dmcsidecars.com
866-638-1793
2328 Roosevelt AVE
Enumclaw WA
98022
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senorcosta
Posted 3/2/2017 1:07 AM (#92578 - in reply to #92561)
Subject: Re: Greetings from Portland OR - Need advice on new hack



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Lonnie
That's what I'm talking about

And Jay, I'd love to do that. I'll be in touch beforehand. It would be great to see your shop
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