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I mistakenly called it a Matthews fork, but is more along the lines of a Davis) teens trussed forks

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Price
200
Payment Terms
Paypal only if shipped paid as product and serves
Location
Clovis ca
Zipcode
93612

mofoco1

Look Ma, No Hands!
I have been told that these are supposed to be Matthews early, and I understand that Matthew’s also made some for Indian and Harley in the teens. This is for the bicycle. It’s got the welded trust rods and the single wingnut attachment at the top. The bottoms are closed bottom that you would use either a pass-through bolt or you display them open to insert your wheel. I don’t have any more information autumn the frame that they were on is a complete mystery as it used what seems to be a European bottom bracket I got it just because of the forks because they were interesting. I have no use for them. Hopefully somebody will be able to put them on a correct frame. I will ship but buyers responsible for postage asking prices $200 and that’s net as my only form of online payment is PayPal and I use it only as products and services. I don’t do family and friends and protects both the buyer and the seller this way, let me know if you’re interested or want to buy them be happy to ask any questions that you may have thanks for the interest best way to contact me 559-283-2008 you can text. Located in Clovis, CA 93612 my name is Mo
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Hello Mo,

Can you please educate me as to what a "Matthews fork" is? I have never heard this term before. Thank you for any clarification dear sir.

Kindly, Brant
 
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Seems to be longer than normal fork tube what is length can you measure
 
7”. From what I read, Matthews made forks for Indian, and for Harley in the early teen years. It said that they made both a bicycle, a motorbike and a motorcycle sized fork. The pictures that I have shown here are of the earlier which you can tell. That is a smaller frame smaller motor and smaller size tubing. The last picture shows it later year model bigger motor, bigger frame, bigger tubing on the forks. Course this is what I have read and seen and some other articles. Those pictures that I just shown from American pickers Showing a couple motorcycles they we’re showing for examples. I’m not gonna say that these were off of motorcycle because I have no idea. I just knew that they were interesting in that. Needed to be saved from somebody hacking them up or cutting a hole on the end to be able to fit an axle through them instead of displaying them open or using a bolt thru. If anybody can give shed more information, I’m sure the next buyer will be more than happy to gain that knowledge .

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So sorry to make it confusing for everybody. My apologies to all who have responded. I am not sure why I put down that. It was a Matthews stuck in my head. I meant to say Davis. Hope it clears up things, again my apologies.
 
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