homemade sidecar

Posted 2/21/2004 7:35 AM (#2395)
Subject: homemade sidecar


da daa . pics of home made sidecar is in my album at this site now. without all your help i wouldnta/couldnta done this lot of the credit goes to youall. be proud you helped a newbe. side note rig weighs about 125 lbs do i still need ballast?
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hdrghack
Posted 2/21/2004 2:08 PM (#2400 - in reply to #2395)
Subject: RE: homemade sidecar


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Looks real good Bob maybe get to see this in person sometime.Now after looking the pix over how about some fenders and a tank to match the hack body?
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Posted 2/21/2004 5:39 PM (#2402 - in reply to #2400)
Subject: RE: homemade sidecar


trying to find a fender cheap(free) one idea is cutting 50 gal. steel barrel with bottom attached abour 7 in. tall. then i cut 2/3 off i now have a skirted fender using 2/3 i can weld inside splashguard. little cutting and banding should look cool. you mean tank on bike? got a mustang now for chopper. am now posting pics of glue up and chop
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Posted 2/21/2004 5:48 PM (#2403 - in reply to #2395)
Subject: RE: homemade sidecar


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I was thinking wood fenders and tank to match the hack body not to mention the hack fender would look cool to match the body. do you still have time to enter it in that bike show you was talking about?
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Posted 2/21/2004 5:54 PM (#2404 - in reply to #2395)
Subject: RE: homemade sidecar


nah old friend (i thought) said im a biker and other friends are bikers was give choice to hang with him or them wasnt fast enough he said get my s... out and dont ever come back. was ride to show and i paid him money for stall and show slot he said he has only 1 way fo hurting my other friend so he said he wont repay me so anyway i missed out
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