Posted 1/5/2004 8:41 PM (#1915 - in reply to #1842) Subject: RE: Hannigan Lift Seat
Location: Nashua, NH
You're not talking about the camber control are you? I have yet ts see a "Lift Seat" for the Hannigan. I have a 94 Astro 2+2 on an 89 Yamaha Venture Royale.
Posted 1/5/2004 9:12 PM (#1917 - in reply to #1842) Subject: RE: Hannigan Lift Seat
Hi olyumabill here. No I was asking about a lifting system that Cali. Sidecar told me that Hannigan made for people that had trouble lifting themselfs out of a chair. My wife has a condition that makes it impossible to enter or exit my Calif Friendship 1. Since my post I have built a lifting system that works really well. Thanks for your reply. Your friend for safe hacking. Bill Cahill
Posted 1/5/2004 11:08 PM (#1919 - in reply to #1917) Subject: RE: Lift Seat
Location: Boise, Idaho
Check with Peter Smith at Side Effects. e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted 1/17/2004 7:17 AM (#1991 - in reply to #1917) Subject: Lift Seat
I'm interested in knowing how you built the lift. I may be interested. Do you have any pictures?
Ron & Luke
Posted 2/2/2004 12:52 PM (#2175 - in reply to #1842) Subject: Assisting Seats
You might want to look at the Upeasy seat lifter. (Do a Goggle search and you'll find sources.) The non-electric one is $99.
Posted 2/2/2004 11:42 PM (#2178 - in reply to #1842) Subject: RE: Hannigan Lift Seat
Hi Don-n-Luke, olyumabill here. Thanks for your note about the lift I built for my sidecar. I am writing an article for Hack'd magazine about the process. When I get the pictures taken I would be happy to send you some shots. It lifts to almost a standing position. I know that there people out there that can not get in or out of a sidecar and miss out on this great hobby. I hope that this will help them as it has sure has us. Thanks again for your post. Your friend for safe riding. Bill Cahill
Posted 2/3/2004 8:26 AM (#2181 - in reply to #1842) Subject: Lift Seats
Thanks Bill, I look forward to reading the article and seeing the pics.