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Most plans have a very simplistic view making the angles and measurements difficult to see and understand. But with our new and improved motorcycle frame jig blue prints you will get multiple views which you will not find anywhere else.
Our frame jig plans were simplified by creating special "sectional" views: This shows you how the jig would look if it were cut at a specific plane. And it helps tremendously because the only other way for us to specify those angles (and bends) would be to have multiple horizontal and vertical dimensions on multiple views.
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Yes, but we'll need to find a way to lock the frame so that it cannot flex at the soft tail hinge point. Locking the soft tail is necessary for using this frame. When the soft tail hinge is locked, then the frame will behave just like a hard tail and they can use the frame in the same way.
You can utilize this jig to build a soft tail frame as well but you will need to lock the soft tail portion of the frame so that it behaves as a rigid until you are ready to put in the springs/suspension. This can easily by done by aligning the soft tail so that it is in the central location of the travel of the soft tail.
A secondary hold is usually added on the soft tail near the hinge in order to lock the bike into a rigid state. This bolt is usually very small and is only used when servicing / replacing suspension, etc.
The bike should never be ridden with this small bolt in place since it will not withstand the forces and will shear. Once the bolt is in place, the frame will behave like a rigid frame and you should be able to utilize the jig in the same manner. Let us know with questions or concerns.