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Old-Stf Cycle is a small, family owned shop located in Northern California. The father and son team of Rick and 
Mike Pilaczynski realized their dream of owning their own shop after many countless years working as mechanics at a 
power plant. One day they decided they'd had enough and Old-Stf was born. Now, along with owning a retail shop and 
building bikes, Old-Stf manufactures a custom line of parts and accessories. Rick has over 30+ years experience and Mike has over 15, with Rick teaching Mike all he knows. Old-Stf is your "Mom and Pop" type of shop and a place to learn, laugh and be inspired.

Old-Stf Cycle is a small, family owned shop located in Northern California. The father and son team of Rick and Mike Pilaczynski realized their dream of owning their own shop after many countless years working as mechanics at a power plant. One day they decided they'd had enough and Old-Stf was born. Now, along with owning a retail shop and building bikes, Old-Stf manufactures a custom line of parts and accessories. Rick has over 30+ years experience and Mike has over 15, with Rick teaching Mike all he knows. Old-Stf is your "Mom and Pop" type of shop and a place to learn, laugh and be inspired.

Old-Stf Cycle is a small, family owned shop located in Northern California. The father and son team of Rick and

Mike Pilaczynski realized their dream of owning their own shop after many countless years working as mechanics at a

power plant. One day they decided they'd had enough and Old-Stf was born. Now, along with owning a retail shop and

building bikes, Old-Stf manufactures a custom line of parts and accessories. Rick has over 30+ years experience and Mike has over 15, with Rick teaching Mike all he knows. Old-Stf is your "Mom and Pop" type of shop and a place to learn, laugh and be inspired.

 

Visit the Old-Stf website here.

 

Content Posted by Old Stf

More USA goods in stock


Few items Made in the USA added to our webstore Old-Stf.com
Avon Grips




Boyle Custom Moto
Gardner Westcott


Yep - Weekend Sale at Old-Stf Cycle. Happy Thanksgiving

Thanks for your continued support of our small time shop.
Starting Thursday night with FREE shipping on orders over $100 in the states.
 Happy Thanksgiving !

 

New Old-Stf Parts

Couple new Old-Stf products in stock

Old-Stf seat post mount. Easy drop in mount eliminates the need to weld on your stock or painted frame in order to mount a seat.
Fits stock Harley Big twin frames 1936-84. Machined from 6061 Aluminum with a stainless steel bolt for securing the mount in place. Snap ring groves in 1/4" increments aid in seat adjustment and set up. The snap ring also prevents dropping the mount inside your frame before tighing the bolt. Turning the mount allows either a 1" or 1 3/8" wide bracket to be used with a typical 5/16" bolt. A clean and simple solution.

New chrome neck cup set with bearings by Old-Stf Cycle. Converts big twin frames to fit the 1930-36 VL i-beam springer front end with 1 1/8" steering stem. No welding or machining work required. The double shielded bearings are RoHS compliant with a load cap of over 2150lbs each at max rpm of 13029 making them far beyond the task and you'll never need to re-grease them. No dust shields are required.

Fits 36-84 Big twin Knucklehead, Big Flathead, Panhead and Shovelhead. Softail 1984/1988 and most Big Twin style custom frames that are designed for traditional press in neck cups.


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