1972 TR6/Easy Rider sidecar.
Bob Childers
Posted 7/14/2016 7:09 PM (#89869)
Subject: 1972 TR6/Easy Rider sidecar.


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I just got the rig about two weeks ago. As of now it has a stock front and rear tire. Any suggestions as to what would work better on my rig?
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VLAD
Posted 7/16/2016 9:31 AM (#89884 - in reply to #89869)
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What is 1972 TR6? What size of tires front & rear?
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Bob Childers
Posted 7/16/2016 10:26 PM (#89899 - in reply to #89884)
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VLAD - 7/16/2016 9:31 AM

What is 1972 TR6? What size of tires front & rear?

You ever heard of a TRIUMPH? That is in TRIUMPH motorcycles? It's a motorcycle that has been built in England for a very long time. Geez! I thought you would have heard of them? I guess not.
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Al Olme
Posted 7/16/2016 11:24 PM (#89900 - in reply to #89899)
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Mr. Childers,

Vlad is our good friend and long time MEMBER of the USCA, the club that supports this site so you can use it for free. He is from Russia and maybe he hasn't heard of a Triumph. "That is my name" isn't really what we need on the registration form because that form is used when we maintain this site. You came here asking for help but there's not much chance of getting any if you abuse the site and insult our members.

If you want help, polite answers to folks who want to help you will go a long way. I suspect that most of us have heard of your bike but I also suspect that very few of us know what size wheels it uses. Maybe if you posted that information, you'd get the answers you need.
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Reardan Tom
Posted 7/17/2016 8:40 AM (#89902 - in reply to #89869)
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In addition to what Al says, if you'd consider joining the USCA, therefore supporting this informative site and a great gathering place for friends on line, you'd receive the Sidecarist magazine with your membership. You'll find yourself among friends and glean much information without the need to ask. When you do have specific questions and ask, the collective knowledge here is pretty amazing.
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VLAD
Posted 7/18/2016 9:42 AM (#89913 - in reply to #89899)
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Bob Childers - 7/16/2016 8:26 PM

VLAD - 7/16/2016 9:31 AM

What is 1972 TR6? What size of tires front & rear?

You ever heard of a TRIUMPH? That is in TRIUMPH motorcycles? It's a motorcycle that has been built in England for a very long time. Geez! I thought you would have heard of them? I guess not.


Yes I heard of them. Geez! I thought you would have heard of k175, m125, k750,p250, cz350, mz250... What size of tires front & rear?

TR6 can be TRIUMPH car too

Edited by VLAD 7/18/2016 1:52 PM
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Reardan Tom
Posted 7/18/2016 3:29 PM (#89930 - in reply to #89869)
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Like Holiday Inn Express- "We'll leave the light on for you." I once owned a TR-3 that was the most fun car I ever drove. Narrow 16" tires all around. lol...



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