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EVO CHOPPER
Don Nowell Design has 2 choppers. The first is EVO Powered with a belt Drive and a foot clutch, which hand shift linkage. The 40° head can be more if need be. This chopper has a modern look with struts holding the rear fender. The choppers can also be custom built to fit your needs.

KNUCKLE-CHOPPER
This bike uses the same basic frame with different mounts for the engine and transmission. This bike has a more period look with the full rear fender and chrome sissy bar. The running knucklehead engine is built by (Replica Engines in Gulliver, MI) Replica sends cases, barrels and heads out to D.N.D. for special work to be done (Polishing - Machining - Painting). Then the parts are returned for engine build-up and sent back to D.N.D. for completing the chopper buildup. With a turn of the rear belt drive pully, you can turn over the knuckle engine. The rocker arms actually push the valves open. (this is cool stuff) The Knuckle Chopper is so unique and trick that in 2000, Harley Davidson commissioned Don Nowell to build a red and yellow bike for their new museum. That's about as good as it gets.
EVO CHOPPER
KNUCKLE-CHOPPER