Need Help to Identify Sidecar
Sidmariner
Posted 6/13/2013 8:56 PM (#72138)
Subject: Need Help to Identify Sidecar


Posts: 3
Location: North Saanich, British Columbia
I was told the sidecar I found here on Vancouver Island was made in China, but that's all I know.

Can anyone here tell me anything more or give me a lead on the name of the manufacturer?

http://s41.photobucket.com/user/Margaree/media/Unknown%20Sidecar/IM...
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SwampFox
Posted 6/13/2013 11:15 PM (#72140 - in reply to #72138)
Subject: RE: Need Help to Identify Sidecar



Posts: 1661
Location: Summer Grove, LA USA

Some pics of Sidmariner's sidecar: 

  



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Sidmariner
Posted 6/13/2013 11:43 PM (#72141 - in reply to #72138)
Subject: Re: Need Help to Identify Sidecar


Posts: 3
Location: North Saanich, British Columbia
Thanks for the help Lee.
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jaydmc
Posted 6/14/2013 11:00 AM (#72144 - in reply to #72141)
Subject: Re: Need Help to Identify Sidecar


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We imported two containers of these sidecars from China, There was also a company in the Midwest that imported these as well. The only parts we still have are wheels and the marker light on the fender.
Jay G
DMC sidecars
866-638-1793
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Sidmariner
Posted 6/14/2013 1:00 PM (#72146 - in reply to #72138)
Subject: Re: Need Help to Identify Sidecar


Posts: 3
Location: North Saanich, British Columbia
Thanks again Jay,

I found only one image of the same sidecar on a rig in Shanghai. Interestingly, the wheel is identical to the one on my K75. I am hoping to eventually find a parts diagram, similar to one I found for URALs, to ensure that I have all the bits necessary to complete the rig.
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