The Bicycle Full Frame Jig Kit includes all of the fixtures and hardware you need to get your bicycle frame jig (welding jig) started. You will need to supply 17'.5 of 2"x3" (1/8" wall) tubing and 10.5' of 2"x2" (1/8" wall) tubing for the jig to be assembled as shown. Structural tubing can be found at your local metal supply shop or welding/fabricating shop. The frame jig kit bolts together so you can easily reconfigure the jig or break it down to store or move. The head tube fixture will accommodate rakes from 15 degrees to 60 degrees. The seat tube fixture rotates from 0 to 60 degrees. The dropout fixture clamps tubing or threaded rod from .3" to 1.25" in diameter (dummy hub/axle). See the individual product pages for each fixture in this bundle for more pictures and details.
All main fixture plates in the Full Frame Jig Kit are laser cut from 1/4" mild steel and are powder coated black.
The Full Frame Jig Kit Includes:
- Head Tube Fixture
- Head Tube Cones - Zinc-plated steel (can upgrade to stainless steel cones +$18).
- Bottom Bracket Fixture
- Bottom Bracket Cones - Zinc-plated steel
- Seat Tube Fixture
- Seat Tube Cone - Zinc-plated steel
- Dropout Fixture
- 3/8" Dummy Hub / Axle (6" tube unless specified, see below)
- Three Base Clamps
- Feet Kit (can upgrade to Swivel Leveling Feet +$34)
Dummy Hub / Axle Tube Length: This is the distance between your rear dropouts. The tube will be shipped 6" (so you can cut it length) unless a length is entered (right above the add to cart button) while ordering. Purchase extra Dummy Hub / Axle sets for each rear hub size you use.
MADE IN THE USA.
This item ships free to the contiguous United States! We ship all over the world frequently, but shipping is expensive because the parts are very heavy. Add the items you want to the shopping cart and use the shipping calculator in the cart for rates.
Want your jig to have a dedicated stand and rotate for easier welding? Also purchase the Frame Jig Rotisserie Stand.
Download the Chop Source Frame Jig Plans / Assembly Instructions (these instructions are for the motorcycle frame jig, but will give you a good idea how it all goes together as the bicycle specific instructions are coming soon)