10 Triumph Thunderbird / Spyder sidecar
sidehacker51249
Posted 4/7/2014 9:51 PM (#77171)
Subject: 10 Triumph Thunderbird / Spyder sidecar


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here is some pics of a 2010 Triumph Thunderbird 1600 cc with a Motorvation Spyder sidecar



(10 Triumph Thunderbird Spyder sidecar 5.JPG)



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sidehacker51249
Posted 4/7/2014 9:59 PM (#77172 - in reply to #77171)
Subject: RE: 10 Triumph Thunderbird / Spyder sidecar


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10 Triumph Thunderbird / Spyder sidecar



(10 Triumph Thunderbird Spyder sidecar 2.JPG)



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Phelonius
Posted 4/8/2014 12:11 PM (#77176 - in reply to #77171)
Subject: Re: 10 Triumph Thunderbird / Spyder sidecar



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A handsome rig, does it need ballast when empty?
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sidehacker51249
Posted 4/8/2014 11:47 PM (#77179 - in reply to #77176)
Subject: Re: 10 Triumph Thunderbird / Spyder sidecar


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Doesn't really need ballast weight I guess it depends on how aggressive you drive?
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Cbudzinski
Posted 10/9/2016 6:31 PM (#91014 - in reply to #77171)
Subject: RE: 10 Triumph Thunderbird / Spyder sidecar


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It look great
Do you more photos of the mounts you Used
I have the same sidecar mounted to an 2007 America and have just purchased a 2013 thunderbird that I want to put the sidecar on. I would love to see how you mounted it

Thanks
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