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 What Gauge Steel Tube Is Used for Motorcycle Frames?

Answer Most motorcycles come from the factory with electric resistance welded (ERW) tubing with wall thicknesses from 0.047 inch to 0.065 inch. This equals approximately 19 gauge to 16 gauge thickness.
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