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Author Topic: Because I don't have enough to do, building new frame for my Ducati.  (Read 2254 times)

Offline jag767

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Hahahahaha love it. I haven't seen a good music joke in years.

I spent at lot of time on my lathe yesterday, managed to get the front wheel situated. For anyone interested, a 1971 cb750 rear axle fits a ducati 998 front end perfectly, and its the right 20mm diameter I needed for the kx250f hub. I made collars with the correct diameter for the forks, and spacers to center the wheel. Looks like there's enough clearance to use the much larger ducati rotor and 4 piston brembo up front, just need my friend to laser cut me an adapter to bolt it together and have the proper offset from the hub. It was getting late do I didn't take photos assembled, that's a job for today. It's looks funny having a front end with the frame neck attached and nothing behind it.

The front wheel spokes Will be here next week, then I can get the entire front end complete. The next project will be the swingarm. I have an interesting idea I want to try, which may result in a lot of scrap tube but we'll see.

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Not meaningful work done lately, been overly busy finishing up a much larger build (my house hahaha) once it's complete I will be going full steam on this. I did pick up a few components to help in my design of the swingarm, and my jig arrived, I just have to pick up the tubing for it.