triple tree
djcondie
Posted 4/25/2016 2:02 PM (#88825)
Subject: triple tree


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If the original triple is replaced with one that makes steering easier with a sidecar can you safely operate the bike if the sidecar is removed? Thanks, Dave
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jaydmc
Posted 4/25/2016 2:19 PM (#88826 - in reply to #88825)
Subject: Re: triple tree


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Really need more details but in general the bike can be ridden with out the sidecar but you are not going to like the way it handles. If your plan is to take the sidecar on and off, do not do the tree's however almost every one finds that they are having so much fun with the sidecar that they do not want to take the sidecar off at which point they then do the triple tree's.
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VLAD
Posted 4/25/2016 3:17 PM (#88827 - in reply to #88825)
Subject: RE: triple tree



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djcondie - 4/25/2016 12:02 PM

If the original triple is replaced with one that makes steering easier with a sidecar can you safely operate the bike if the sidecar is removed? Thanks, Dave


Why do you want to do such thing? I mean remove sidecar.



Edited by VLAD 4/25/2016 3:20 PM
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djcondie
Posted 4/25/2016 3:26 PM (#88828 - in reply to #88826)
Subject: Re: triple tree


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Thanks for that information. It helps in making the decision as to which rig to buy. Dave
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trikebldr
Posted 4/25/2016 4:09 PM (#88830 - in reply to #88828)
Subject: Re: triple tree



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I simply have one Kawasaki Voyager as a tug, and one for solo riding! But, like Jay says, you will have so much fun with the sidecar, you will likely not even want to remove it,.....EVER!
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