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xvz-1700 with California I sidecar - Roadstar's?
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Posted 1/26/2017 12:34 AM (#92142)
Subject: xvz-1700 with California I sidecar - Roadstar's?


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How do Yamaha 1700 Roadstar's hold up tugging a sidecar?
Any comments from Roadstar riders on this forum?
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Sal
Posted 1/27/2017 2:30 AM (#92158 - in reply to #92142)
Subject: Re: xvz-1700 with California I sidecar - Roadstar's?



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ncdave - 1/26/2017 10:20 AM

can't speak to the yamaha, but I have a 1600 Nomad that is doing great. the only thing I wonder about is the longevity of the belt drive. might have to be replaced more regularly.


Any modifications to the steering on the Kaw?
Being a big cruiser I've wonder how it handles the curves.
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Sal
Posted 1/28/2017 8:24 PM (#92186 - in reply to #92142)
Subject: Re: xvz-1700 with California I sidecar - Roadstar's?



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Thanks ncdave, I've recently picked up a 2006 Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 Classic to use as a tug.
My previous rig was a Shaow 750cc and the steering was quite easy without any mods. Just wondered how the bigger/heavier rig will hand.
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