I got everything back from the polisher today. Everything looks Great. Perfect Mirror finish. Everything is at the welders now. Probably by weeks end they will be welded. I found a machine to take off the welding blue Super Easy. No harm to the surface. It's pricey at $2500 but I can do all 10 forks in less time then I can do 1 with the dremel. Biggest reason for wanting it is no damage by the dremel hitting the plates or fork tubes.
Here is a video of it. LMK what you think.
The bike looks really cool! You'll get some Looks now. These forks are only bent to 45 degrees not 60 like original top fuelers. If anyone thinks they look different that's why. I like the way it sits too with the 20 inch front tire. A lot of people use a 16 x 1 3/8 rim. It's just a little bit smaller in height. Thanks for posting it!
I was thinking of installing it on one of my Screamers. The bike on the left to be exact. How hard would it be to install it? Or does it use all the stock hardware/bearings? And will the stock handlebars work?
It goes on just like a regular fork. The top plate comes off and on. It will go on the Screamer but might sit a little different because of the rake of the headtube. Your Eliminator take is closer to the Rail this was built off. I put these on a Schwinn Midget and they looked and worked perfect. It will be interesting to see how it looks. Yes a stock gooseneck fits for any handlebars.
Be careful the plates do not hit your shifter case when you turn the bike.
This info is for any bikes with plastic shifter cases. Huffy Twin Stick EXTREME CAUTION!!