Don't assume that the later Alloy MAC engine will fit in the rigid type frame.
Check before you buy.
Webb forks? Hard to find... be prepared to pay a four-figure sum, even for a rough / incmplete fork.
It doesn't necessarily need to be a Velocette fork, -Webb made forks for many different brands.
I think you need 'Lightweight' Webs, not 'Heavyweight' Webbs. You'll need to get measurements - I'd find an owner with the correct forks and get the major measurements so you can find same or similar. 'Blades' Length, Steering head measurements, links lengths, etc etc. They are very tricky to set up properly.
I built a MAC racer, but I used heavyweight Webbs off a Norton - they worked, but I wouldn't do it again.
Remember that the earlier Iron MAC motor -with a few upgrades is thought to be a better option for race/tuning.
Last edited by Joolstacho; 08/09/22 1:04 am.