Swaybars

Posted 10/14/2003 9:27 AM (#1134)
Subject: Swaybars


Does anyone know of, or have seen a swaybar installed on a sidecar. I was considering the idea but have not talked to anyone about it. Input would be nice. Thanks
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Hack'n
Posted 10/14/2003 2:22 PM (#1143 - in reply to #1134)
Subject: RE: Swaybars



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There was quite a bit of coverage on this in older Hack'd Magazines and maybe in older Sidecarist issues. I think Chris still has a lot of the Hack'd back issues available for cheap and there is a host of technical sidecar information in them. You might check with her on purchasing some of them. chrisdodson@sbcglobal.net
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claude #3563
Posted 10/14/2003 6:07 PM (#1149 - in reply to #1134)
Subject: RE: Swaybars



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I have to say that a swaybar is probably one of, if not the, best things one can install on a sidecar outfit. They do work.
For a good write up on them by Bill Ballou see Roger Symington's site at:
http://hometown.aol.com/sidebike99/
Look around when you get there and you will also see a video that illustrates how effective they can be.
There has also been a lot of discussion at Sidecar Talk that is recored in the SCT knoewledge base that can be found in the files section.
See address foir SCT below.


Edited by claude #3563 10/14/2003 6:08 PM
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Posted 10/17/2003 9:19 AM (#1176 - in reply to #1134)
Subject: RE: Swaybars


Thanks for the help. I think I found enough information to answer my questions.
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