Alignment Help NEEDED
Posted 7/16/2015 4:09 PM (#85417)
Subject: Alignment Help NEEDED


Posts: 6
Hi all you sidecar veterans ,

I have been riding since 3yrs old in front of Dad,
I am new to sidecars, wow what a learning curve.
Does anyone know of a person or shop that I could go to to help me finalize my set-up.
I have tweeked, tightened, moved, air pressured the heck out of my setup and I still have an unacceptable amount of head shake betwwen 25 + 40 mph.
If anyone knows of a gulfcoast area person that can help me out I would be most appreciative, I live near gulfport ms, will go wherever for help.
Many Thanks


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Posted 7/17/2015 11:38 AM (#85426 - in reply to #85417)
Subject: RE: Alignment Help NEEDED


Posts: 283
Location: Tacoma, WA, USA

Texas Sidecars - 500 miles from you.  There's probably some one closer but you could trailer it there in a day.


Some guys never get rid of their headshake, but you did say an "unacceptable" amount so I'm guessing it's pretty bad.  I don't see a steering stabilizer in the pics.  Not expensive and might do the trick.


Edited by DRONE 7/17/2015 11:41 AM
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