OK, I have had quite a few frames I have bought and when I got them home and lifted the tank, have noticed that the frame rails had been cut, so they can get the motor out easier, but - They never put the rails back.

This severly weakens the frame if there is no support.

So, I thought I would make some frame rail adapter kist and I use these all the time now and glad I do.

These are well thought out and must say, they are a real bonus for your bike.

How so?

Well, even if you do have rails there, you know what it is like to remove the motor and you only want to remove the cylinder head.

If you fit my kit, you can unbolt them, thus exposing the top end of your engine and can easily remove valve cover and head, but leave motor in the frame.

Or, it is also a lot easier to remove the whole Motor and not have to struggle to wiggle the damn thing out, as these motors are fitted really tight.

Price: $65.00  Remove head, whilst engine still in frame.
Have you got your top frame rails missing?
This has a great function and I use these on a lot of machines.
You simply drill the holes in the collers and "H" frame and there you go.
Up to you to paint or powder coat, but this sure is a cool set up for your 750.
Just slide the collar over and into place, mark then drill for bolts, really easy.
I have used many of these and put the strength back in the chassis again.