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Texas Sidecar on a Pacific Coast.
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FireMaster
Posted 2/17/2015 11:50 AM (#82892)
Subject: Texas Sidecar on a Pacific Coast.



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Good Morning from the cold but sunny south. I'm a noob to this site and I have a couple of questions.
First, I'm a long time rider and have had bikes since I was 14. Dirt bikes first and then graduating to the street. I am a long time Honda owner and currently have a Pacific Coast and a Suzuki DR350SL.
Recent back surgery dictates I add a third wheel to my PC. I have acquired a 3 year old Texas Sidecar and would like to hear from present and past PC/hack owners.
By the way, I tried a Gold Wing trike and a Spyder, and neither one blew my skirt up. I want something that will tip over if mishandled!

Thanks in advance for the help, Gil
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J.R.
Posted 2/23/2015 3:08 PM (#83003 - in reply to #82892)
Subject: Re: Texas Sidecar on a Pacific Coast.


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I think the PC with Tex. sidecar should make a very nice rig. Check with Bob Darden at Texas sidecars. He might be able to come up with mounts.
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SwampFox
Posted 2/23/2015 6:22 PM (#83008 - in reply to #82892)
Subject: RE: Texas Sidecar on a Pacific Coast.



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Hi Gil - Welcome to the offset sidecar world. I second checking with Texas Sidecars - there are a couple of PC800's in their gallery: http://www.texassidecars.com/pc-800.html
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FireMaster
Posted 2/24/2015 9:07 AM (#83022 - in reply to #83003)
Subject: Re: Texas Sidecar on a Pacific Coast.



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Thanks JR. I just found his website last night.
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Circuit Rider
Posted 3/7/2015 8:50 PM (#83254 - in reply to #82892)
Subject: RE: Texas Sidecar on a Pacific Coast.



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I had a Hannigan Super Sport sidecar mounted on a 1996 PC. It was a good outfit, although it steered a little heavy.



(PC Sidecar.jpg)



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Attachments PC Sidecar.jpg (75KB - 2 downloads)
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jkmolt
Posted 3/8/2015 9:08 PM (#83267 - in reply to #82892)
Subject: Re: Texas Sidecar on a Pacific Coast.


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That was a beautiful rig.
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FireMaster
Posted 3/9/2015 8:48 AM (#83271 - in reply to #83254)
Subject: RE: Texas Sidecar on a Pacific Coast.



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That is a nice looking rig.
What kind of mileage did you get Circuit Rider? I have averaged about 56 mpg for the 110,000 mile life of my PC.
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Circuit Rider
Posted 3/9/2015 9:06 AM (#83273 - in reply to #83271)
Subject: RE: Texas Sidecar on a Pacific Coast.



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FireMaster - 3/9/2015 7:48 AM

What kind of mileage did you get Circuit Rider? I have averaged about 56 mpg for the 110,000 mile life of my PC.

I'm thinking we got somewhere between 35 - 40 mpg with it. I sold the outfit some years back to my son and daughter-in-law.
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FireMaster
Posted 3/9/2015 9:10 AM (#83274 - in reply to #83273)
Subject: RE: Texas Sidecar on a Pacific Coast.



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Thanks Bud. Gil
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Bubblechaser
Posted 10/21/2016 9:57 PM (#91172 - in reply to #82892)
Subject: Re: Texas Sidecar on a Pacific Coast.


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hey FireMaster, have you gotten around to putting that Texas on your PC yet. Been watching for you in the Bastrop area. Ride safe, Bubblechaser (Cary)
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FireMaster
Posted 10/24/2016 3:43 PM (#91196 - in reply to #82892)
Subject: Re: Texas Sidecar on a Pacific Coast.



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Hey Bubblechaser, No I have not mounted the Texas yet. I am still recovering from two back surgeries. Maybe next spring. Thanks, Gil
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CCjon
Posted 10/24/2016 6:30 PM (#91197 - in reply to #91196)
Subject: Re: Texas Sidecar on a Pacific Coast.



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Gil, if you haven't gotten the pieces you need to mount the Texas sidecar to the PC,. start putting out the word on what you need as Texas Sidecar has closed their doors.
Recover quickly and get your rig out on the road.
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