When you decide to build a motorcycle yourself, from the ground up, one of the biggest decisions you can make is what type of suspension to put on the front end. A girder front end, one of the earliest types of front ends for motorcycles, is an often overlooked choice. The fork has a set of upright posts attached to a set of linkages and springs. The front wheel attaches in between the uprights, and the spring acts as a shock absorber. Some motorcycle owners prefer true hydraulics in their front suspension system, but the girder does the job just as effectively, and there is no need for hydraulic fluid or anything else. Once the springs and clamps are attached, the front suspension is engaged. No matter what type of girder front end you hope to put on your motorcycle, the vast inventory on eBay has just what you want. And if you are restoring a beloved vintage motorcycle, you definitely want parts that would have originally been on that particular bike. Bring back a classic look as you roar off into the sunset.
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