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barefootboy
Posted 6/10/2017 10:14 AM (#93805)
Subject: sidecar installers in southern Wisconsin


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I am looking for someone who installs sidecars to do an alignment on mine. Most of the links that I find are a dead end. It seems no one updates their web pages. My alternative is to pull the sidecar. The rig is a real handful right now. Some of the mounts shifted and I don't feel comfortable trying to fix it.


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Al Olme
Posted 6/10/2017 4:14 PM (#93807 - in reply to #93805)
Subject: RE: sidecar installers in southern Wisconsin


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Not really southern Wisconsin but more central. Kevin Hahn in Cameron at Scramblercycle.com . Kevin does great work and his prices are reasonable. He has done several complex projects for me and I've always been very satisfied. Recently, he installed a complete EML conversion...that is no small project!

If you're not too far away, consider attending the SKUNKS Rally in Cameron, July 14-16 at the Pioneer Museum in Cameron. A small and very laid back rally with lots for fine folks and no stress. Show and shine for the public on Saturday maybe a couple of ride to eat things and a campfire each night.
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barefootboy
Posted 7/14/2017 4:26 PM (#94139 - in reply to #93805)
Subject: Re: sidecar installers in southern Wisconsin


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The Beaver Dam dealer did the alignment for me. My practice parking lot had cars in it today. So we'll see it the hack stays or goes. My Springer Spaniel may lose out if I can't get comfortable with it. Kevin was one of the few places that answered my inquires about their services.

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