Posted 3/14/2013 7:20 PM (#70216) Subject: Help identifying version of California sidecar
Purchased this last summer, (97Heritage w/113ci S&S) with California Sidecar. I think it's a Frienship 1, but not sure. It does have coil over shock suspension and stabilizer arm. Just can't find anybody close to Augusta, GA that knows much about them... Any help is appreciated.
Posted 5/15/2013 6:27 PM (#71573 - in reply to #70216) Subject: Re: Help identifying version of California sidecar
Posts: 4833 Location: Boise, Idaho
With the separate fender styling. It was easier to convert to the more efficient coil over shock. The Companions also were able to run a much larger wheel and tire.
Posted 9/27/2013 12:42 AM (#74259 - in reply to #70216) Subject: RE: Help identifying version of California sidecar
Is there a specific manufacturers sidecar out there that would fit my 2000FLH as well as be compatible with a newer FLH model (most likely a Roadglide?) in the future if I were to get a new bike? Wishful/hopeful thinking right now.
Posted 9/27/2013 7:13 PM (#74276 - in reply to #70216) Subject: Re: Help identifying version of California sidecar
We have several sidecars that work well with the FLH. Our M72C the M72CX and our Expeditions sidecars work well. The Kenna is the least expensive sidecar we have for these bikes.
These sidecar come with bike specific mounts.
Posted 10/4/2013 1:00 PM (#74361 - in reply to #70216) Subject: Re: Help identifying version of California sidecar
Posts: 428 Location: Inwood WV
Hey thats one sweet rig yo got Mad Max.....and LOTS of chrome too.
David , I like the matt619.....as they said above most sidecars will work its just the mounts change as the bike frame changes..I also like the looks of some of the www.trans-moto.com units specially the Harley factory look unit which ahs the suspension onthe sidecar wheel and not the body. Its all up to your style and pocket book from open air rigs to fully enclosed and everything inbetween