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Posted 2/13/2005 9:11 AM (#6361)
Subject: Triumph Bonneville 2003


I am looking at sidecars and mounts for the New Bonnevlle. I have a 2003 that I would like to install a sidecar. I did a search and found some information but could use some help. What type of mounts will I need? Any ideas on a good sidecar to mount? thanks -Jim
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Posted 2/13/2005 1:20 PM (#6364 - in reply to #6361)
Subject: RE: Triumph Bonneville 2003



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Jim,
The new Velorex Cruisers, either 562C or 700C would fit nicely at a reasonable price. The mounting set is included with these cars.
If you are planning on self mounting a new sidecar, be sure that whomever you buy from has the knowledge and experience in mounting sidecars and offers after sale technical support to buyers/installers. That way if you have a mounting problem you can overcome it with a minimum of grief. The same applies if you are having a shop installation done. Most cycle shops have never installed a sidecar and may also need professional assistance.
There are more than a few discount dealers who can save you a few bucks up front but when a problem arises, you are on your own. Seek out a Sidecar Industry professional to deal with, if possible. It will pay off in the long run.
Drop us an e-mail if we can help.

Happy Trails,

Lonnie Cook
Northwest Sidecar
nwsidecar@aol.com
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