You won’t find many similarities to the 600 in the chassis. Instead of the 600’s single-damper hard-tail-style rear end, the 750 uses a pair of shocks with chrome enclosures. A large rectangular-section backbone tube runs from the cast steering head to behind the engine. A rectangular-section swingarm pivots on forged frame sections. Beneath chrome covers, 41mm fork tubes, backed up by a brace, provide rigidity up front. The wide low look of the machine starts with a hefty 120/90-17 front tire, mounted on a wire-spoke wheel. It’s carried rearward by the full front fender, seven-inch headlight, long, wide 3.7-gallon tank, wide solo saddle, full rear fender, and 170/80-15 rear tire. The rear wheel is spoked to a 180mm brake drum. A twin-piston caliper applies friction to an 11.7-inch disc up front. As on the A.C.E. Tourer, the disc has a solid carrier, making it hard to use a disc lock.