Alright, it's not near as cool as Perseus's sword, and your probably not gonna get any chicks with it, but we made you laugh right?
The DCC Crew knows how hard it is to build the perfect rear hoop section for that Cafe creation your bringing to life in your garage. We've been there...trust us!
Using one of those orange Harbor Freight benders? Can't get the angles just right? Wasted 25' of tubing trying to get the right look? Well, look no further Ace. As usual, DCC has you covered! We've done the math and invested in a custom die for our tube bender that creates a perfect radius and tail section even the gods would smile upon.
All you need to check is the outside diameter of your frame tubes and the distance between them where your going to cut the back section off. The Wing'd Piston takes care of the rest!
Manufactured right here in Dime City out of cold rolled 1" .095wall DOM steel tubing, we put the bricks to the bender and kick out these super sweet tails just for you. We leave an extra 7" on each side so you can cut it to match the length of your seat for that perfect custom look right in your garage!
Installation is simple, just cut off the back half of your frame (at your own risk), chamfer the edges of the frame and the tube, get a buddy to hold it in place and weld away. Just smooth out the welds with a flap wheel and grinder and paint or powder coat it to your liking!
As a standard we offer them completely straight out and flat, but for those looking for a little more racey look, we put a slight bend right before the main radius creating a nice upward slope and a more modern and progressive stance.
Just fab up your seat to match or trim your Roccity or Legendary Motorcycles Cafe Racer glass seat to fit and your good to go! Just make sure you measure your frame rails center to center to select the proper hoop as we do offer two sizes. Typically, the smaller one is good for most 350cc to 500cc bikes and the larger loop (this one) is good for just about anything over 500cc.
And remember, if your frame is slightly wider or skinnier, don't fret. Get the one closest and with some patience, a little heat and some additional welding and cutting you can most likely get a perfect fit!
Man, it's a good thing the Dime City Crew is looking out for ya 'eh?
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It's round, it's curved, it's angled up 15 degrees......totally sexy! Woo!!!
it is right
Finished out my sportster scrambler just right.
The tail loop fit perfectly in my 1979 XS750. The ends were a bit long, but gave me plenty to work with/chop off. Strong product.
large rear tail hoop
With some spreading perfect! With the extra length i was able to cut more off the frame to give it a 1 rider look.
nice little project
Fit was very close on a 1979 Kawasaki KZ750. Spread the hoop about 1cm to get that perfect fit. Also used the frame slugs from here too. With a little grinding they fit my bikes frame perfectly.
I got the upswept tail hoop and it looks beautiful. with a little clamping, it fit perfect onto my '79 Suzuki GS750 frame