Back to a Hack ...
cruzerdog
Posted 12/17/2017 12:52 PM (#95925)
Subject: Back to a Hack ...



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After owning 2 other sidecar rigs ... I got to thinking a Harley TriGlide might be better ... so I bought one and after 4800 miles ...

.. Big whoops $$$$ I wasn't quite happy with the trike .. and now have returned to the world of side hacks and love it ..

2004 Road King Custom -- a one owner with only 9,000 miles and a powerful 96 inch Screaming Eagle dyno at 102hp
this rig screams ... and get this it does NOT have raked triple trees and handles better than the ones that I have had in the past ..

I can't think of a thing I need to do this rig except maybe add a small stereo and speakers .. (shopping for ideas if you have any)

also my main side car guy is gone RIP and I need to find another just in case in Nor Cal Area that can handle issues etc should they arise



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OldSchool_IsCool
Posted 12/17/2017 7:08 PM (#95928 - in reply to #95925)
Subject: Re: Back to a Hack ...



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Welcome back, CDog!
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wvsporty
Posted 12/28/2017 10:36 AM (#96006 - in reply to #95925)
Subject: Re: Back to a Hack ...



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Nice rig. I hear a lot of people don't like the trike "ride" . On to Stereo , I have a shark motorcycle audio unit on my Sportster. its cheap easy to install and has worked great for me for a few years now. I have a unit with 2 handle bar speakers and an 8" waterproof sub woofer on the back of my Velorex. www.sharkmotorcycleaudio.com
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