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Paughco Tapered Leg Motorcycle Springer

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Custom Motorcycle Springer Front End

Paughco, manufacturers of the most respected and sought after line of custom and OEM style Springer front ends, recently unveiled an entirely new collection of their trend setting tapered leg springers.

Featuring the company’s exclusive, tapered rear legs they are superior in strength and more closely resemble the original factory front ends than any other springer on the market.

These latest custom motorcycle legs are offered in sizes ranging from stock to 24-inches over in increments of 3 inches. Lengths 15-24 inches over are supplied with 3 degrees of additional rake only.

You can order either the traditional “Wide” style with or without the factory style shock, or you can choose Paughco’s popular Narrow Chopper design. While the standard finish is Paughco’s legendary chrome, bare metal or powder coat are offered as options.

Manufactured in the USA, from the sizing and intricate tapering process through meticulous welding, polishing and in house chrome, Paughco’s latest collection of motorcycle tapered leg springers represent the very finest in American craftsmanship and ingenuity.

You can catch the entire Paughco lineup at paughco.com or call direct at 775-246-5738.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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