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cruzerdog
Posted 5/22/2017 6:14 PM (#93570)
Subject: wanted Harley or "new " Indian with a sidecar



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Location: Folsom, CA
looking for

a newer 99-10 Harley rig with side car factory or Liberty

or a "Polaris" Indian with the new 111 motor and a Hannigan side car


John Folsom CA 916-764-0700





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jaydmc
Posted 5/23/2017 10:16 AM (#93582 - in reply to #93570)
Subject: Re: wanted Harley or "new " Indian with a sidecar


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You are much better off with a 2009 or newer Harley as you can run an automotive tire on the back. The Indian's make a great sidecar as well. The factory Harley sidecar leaves a lot to be desired as it has no suspension and the body is on leaf springs with no dampening. State of the art in the 1920's but pretty much obsolete by the start of WW2, Harley just kept building it the same way they always did mainly for police departments.
You might also look at our sidecars, our classic is styled off of the same Harley sidecar that Liberty is styled off of but at a lower price point. We also make two sidecars styled for the Indian, the Tomahawk and the Tomahawk SE, what we did to develop these sidecars is start with the basic styling of the 1940's Indian Princes sidecar but make it larger over all and made the fender match the new Indian. We can also build it with a Harley styled fender for use on bikes other then Indians. The SE gets a door in the side and the trunk opens from the out side. If your passenger has any mobility issues our classic, Liberty sidecars and factory Harley sidecars may not be a good choice as they can be difficult to get in and out of. The external opening trunk is also very nice to have.
Jay G
DMC sidecars
www.dmcsidecars.com
866-638-1793



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cruzerdog
Posted 5/24/2017 9:56 AM (#93604 - in reply to #93582)
Subject: Re: wanted Harley or "new " Indian with a sidecar



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Jay

thank you for your very valuable input ....and guidance .

you gave me much to think about ...



this was the bike I should of NEVER sold ..



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kjunglide
Posted 5/24/2017 3:14 PM (#93608 - in reply to #93604)
Subject: Re: wanted Harley or "new " Indian with a sidecar


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I have a 2006 ultra classic with factory sidecar, ez steer trees, intercom wiring to sidecar, all led lights to back and front except headlight
from custom dynamics, new rear tire on bike and approx. 25000 miles, have service manual for bike and sidecar
located in south Louisiana approx. 35 miles east of baton rouge
asking 18300
the rig is black in color
Pat
kjunglide@yahoo.com
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cruzerdog
Posted 5/24/2017 3:42 PM (#93612 - in reply to #93608)
Subject: Re: wanted Harley or "new " Indian with a sidecar



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thanks for the info on your rig..

after much thought and input

Iam leaning on buying a new indian and having DMC install their Tomahawk SE side car ..

we only go around once might as well go first class .. and sell some surplus toys


anybody want an old school steel chopped 32 Ford coupe?



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