Here is the info on the Zero Engineering springer, which is currently out of stock (not that I'm ready to buy, lol)
Availability: Out of stock
* Glossy Black
* Standard 1" Steering Stem
* 30" length
* 17.5" from neck bottom to hub
* Considered to be 2" under standard length
* 3/4" axle
* Best suited for custom application
The Zero Engineering® Springer Fork- an updated, ruggedized "In-Line" type based on 1930's-1940's Big Twins with ~38 degrees frame necks. Improvements include needle bearings, reinforced joints, an adjustable bushing for tension, and mounting for a disc brake.
So this is for sure a bolt on part and I wouldn't have to do any modifications? I need this to be easy!
It's more expensive than the Led Sled, but I trust mreed and what he says on the matter.
To me, since I'm such a n00b, simply a springer was old school. So I REALLY appreciate the advice of you guys who know the difference between your ******* and your elbow. Especially from those of you have ridden on them. This would be my first experience.
A guy at work was saying it would be like riding a jack hammer. lulz