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      Motorcycle Frame & Chassis

      Triumph 650 Foot Peg Set 1964 - 1970 Triumph 650 Foot Peg Set 1964 - 1970
      11 reviews $156.65
      Pursuit Foot Peg Set - Raw Aluminum Pursuit Foot Peg Set - Raw Aluminum
      14 reviews $90.74
      Daniel Boone Chrome Forward Controls Kit 1979-1983 Harley-Davidson XL Daniel Boone Chrome Forward Controls Kit 1979-1983 Harley-Davidson XL
      2 reviews $408.48 $453.87
      Pursuit Shifter Peg for Harleys - Solid Brass Pursuit Shifter Peg for Harleys - Solid Brass
      40 reviews $43.91
      Chrome Kickstand - 1952-1979 Harley-Davidson Sportster XL Models Chrome Kickstand - 1952-1979 Harley-Davidson Sportster XL Models
      5 reviews $50.91 $56.57
      Pursuit Foot Peg Set - Brass Pursuit Foot Peg Set - Brass
      37 reviews $145.19
      Triumph Universal Clamp On Kickstand Triumph Universal Clamp On Kickstand
      5 reviews $138.35
      Militant Foot Pegs - Black Militant Foot Pegs - Black
      Thrashin Supply Co. Militant Foot Pegs - Black
      1 review $149.95
      Finish Line Foot Peg Set - Black Aluminum Finish Line Foot Peg Set - Black Aluminum
      13 reviews $84.69
      Pursuit Foot Peg Set - Black Pursuit Foot Peg Set - Black
      24 reviews $90.74
      Pursuit Shifter Peg for Harleys - Black Aluminum Pursuit Shifter Peg for Harleys - Black Aluminum
      44 reviews $25.28
      Heritage Aluminum Foot Pegs Heritage Aluminum Foot Pegs
      Prism Supply Co. Heritage Aluminum Foot Pegs
      $98.99
      Pursuit Shifter Peg for Harleys - Raw Aluminum Pursuit Shifter Peg for Harleys - Raw Aluminum
      27 reviews $25.28
      Foot Peg Chrome Clevis Mounts Foot Peg Chrome Clevis Mounts
      18 reviews $22.62
      Universal 3-piece Mounting Clamp 1 inch Universal 3-piece Mounting Clamp 1 inch
      15 reviews $11.65
      Speedpegs Foot Pegs - Gold
      The Speed Merchant Speedpegs Foot Pegs - Gold
      $157.46 $174.95
      Speedpegs Foot Pegs - Black
      The Speed Merchant Speedpegs Foot Pegs - Black
      $157.46 $174.95
      Welcome to our Lowbrow Customs aftermarket motorcycle frames and chassis section which is a collection of frame mounted parts. Everything that mounts directly to your motorcycle chassis can be found here. We also carry full body frames so you can build a complete custom motorcycle from the ground up.
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      Motorcycle Frame & Chassis FAQ

      What materials are used in motorcycle frames and chassis?
      Motorcycle frames and chassis are typically made from materials like steel, aluminum, titanium, and sometimes carbon fiber, each offering different strengths, weights, and costs.
      How does the chassis affect motorcycle performance?
      The chassis influences the motorcycle's handling, stability, and ride comfort. A well-designed chassis can improve maneuverability and responsiveness, which are crucial for performance.
      Is it possible to completely replace a motorcycle frame?
      Yes, a frame can be completely replaced, but it requires significant work and must be done with a frame that matches the motorcycle's specifications or is approved by the manufacturer.
      What does stretch refer to on a motorcycle frame?
      Stretch refers to a change of the length of a motorcycle, from axle-to-axle. If you see a motorcycle frame or hardtail that says 3 inches stretch, for instance, that means that using that frame will add 3 inches distance between the front and rear axle of the motorcycle. This stretch is typically at the rear of the motorcycle, which means it would need a longer drive chain than the stock bike.
      What does drop refer to on a motorcycle frame?
      Drop refers to a change in the ground clearance of a motorcycle, which means the distance between the ground and the underside of the frame. If you are looking at a motorcycle frame or hardtail that is a 2 inches drop, that means the rear of the frame would be 2 inches lower than the stock configuration.
      If you would like the frame to sit level with the ground, this means you would also need to shorten the front end 2 inches. This can be accomplished by using different length fork tubes or raking the neck of the frame. Some builders are looking for a different stance, but be sure to properly calculate the rake and trail of the motorcycle to ensure proper handling.