The other end of the Spectrum
Big Tom
Posted 12/21/2016 2:03 PM (#91794)
Subject: The other end of the Spectrum


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We have seen scooters with Sidecars now here is a Boss Hoss V8 with a Hack..

http://montgomery.craigslist.org/mcy/5922808417.html
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Sidewise
Posted 12/21/2016 5:01 PM (#91795 - in reply to #91794)
Subject: RE: The other end of the Spectrum



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If memory serves they have been trying to sell that behemoth for years. I wonder if it comes with 400lbs of ballast?
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dave
Posted 12/21/2016 9:02 PM (#91797 - in reply to #91794)
Subject: Re: The other end of the Spectrum



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I think they call that training wheels on a bike like that. You would need a school bus sidecar to balance that thing
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Peter Pan
Posted 12/31/2016 2:03 PM (#91912 - in reply to #91794)
Subject: Re: The other end of the Spectrum



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Possibly tires need to be changed on a daily basis.
Amazing.
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1bmwmc
Posted 1/1/2017 8:12 PM (#91920 - in reply to #91794)
Subject: Re: The other end of the Spectrum


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For winter use only - the heat coming off that motor would be unbearable 11 months of the year in the south.
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