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mulefour
Posted 5/30/2016 11:02 AM (#89298)
Subject: Picking up new Hannigan sidecar



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I have to be in Murray KY June 27th to have our new sidecar installed on 2012 Goldwing then ride back to South Carolina and get ready for 4 week vacation up to New Hampshire then over to Illinois and back to SC. By then I should know if I like the sidecar.
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NCGLSidecarist
Posted 6/3/2016 9:27 PM (#89374 - in reply to #89298)
Subject: Re: Picking up new Hannigan sidecar


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I was in a similar situation last Nov. Had a Hannigan classic installed on my F6B by Claude Stanley? I now have about 3,000 mi. on the combination and have never regretted the decision to sidecar the f6. Really enjoy the ride, can go places I hesitated to go before. It is a different ride with it's own challenges. We live in Wilmington NC and have ridden to fla. the Blue Ridge, and Pa. and OH. Beautiful riding! Hope you enjoy your rig. Maybe we'll meet up at a rally sometime. Please post some pics when you get a chance. Ride safe
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Circuit Rider
Posted 6/9/2016 6:22 PM (#89439 - in reply to #89298)
Subject: RE: Picking up new Hannigan sidecar



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I'm sure you will like it. I have over 85k miles on my GTL and moved it from the original 2007 GL1800 to a low mileage 2010 last fall.
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deadhawg
Posted 6/10/2016 9:16 PM (#89441 - in reply to #89298)
Subject: RE: Picking up new Hannigan sidecar


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I'm sure you will be happy with it. It is a different riding experience than on two wheels. My wife loves hers, and after riding hers a few times I decided to get one for my bike too. We've ridden coast to coast and up and down the west coast several times, love the carrying capacity of the hacks. Grandkids love riding in them too.
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MrMike
Posted 6/20/2016 12:28 AM (#89534 - in reply to #89298)
Subject: RE: Picking up new Hannigan sidecar



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Last Sunday I left Napoleon OH driving my newly acquired sidecar rig back to south MS. Did not plan it but we had a chance Monday to stop by the Hannigan Factory. They were just unloading after a trip to a show in NY but stopped what they were doing to give us a tour of the factory and museum. Some of the nicest folks I've met in a long time. When I told the young man giving us the tour I was sorry for interrupting his business, he said: "Your are my business." And I wasn't even a customer. They really go out their way to please. Don't own one but I think they will do everything possible to make it a positive experience.

Good luck with your new rig.

Mike in MS
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mulefour
Posted 6/21/2016 3:36 PM (#89559 - in reply to #89298)
Subject: Re: Picking up new Hannigan sidecar



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All most time to head up to Murray, I'll leave out Saturday morning about 6 to beat some of the heat on the way. I'll be going above Atlanta then into Alabama and up through Tenn. with no Interstate, just a little over 500 miles.
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mulefour
Posted 7/4/2016 10:55 PM (#89726 - in reply to #89298)
Subject: Re: Picking up new Hannigan sidecar



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Got home Saturday with our new sidecar. Did a little over 600 miles getting home ,now planning to leave this week for 3 or 4 week trip of about 3000 miles.



http://www.sidecar.com/mbbs22/photos/get-photo.asp?photoid=5852
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Big Tom
Posted 7/5/2016 12:34 AM (#89730 - in reply to #89726)
Subject: Re: Picking up new Hannigan sidecar


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mulefour - 7/4/2016 7:55 PM

Got home Saturday with our new sidecar. Did a little over 600 miles getting home ,now planning to leave this week for 3 or 4 week trip of about 3000 miles.



http://www.sidecar.com/mbbs22/photos/get-photo.asp?photoid=5852[/QU...

Nice rig.. Safe travels..
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MrMike
Posted 7/6/2016 12:44 AM (#89754 - in reply to #89298)
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WOW!
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deadhawg
Posted 7/6/2016 1:47 PM (#89767 - in reply to #89298)
Subject: Re: Picking up new Hannigan sidecar


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Good looking rig!
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