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Posted 9/15/2017 6:11 PM (#95082)
Subject: Sidecar tub designs


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Location: San Franciso Bay Area
I have a Harley TLE sidecar on my bike. I have a 80 Lb German Shepherd that I take everywhere. With the seat out he fits very comfortable in it. However, now I got a second German Shepherd and both of them will not fit in the tub. I have search the web and can not find anyone that has published a set of plans on building thier own custom tub. Does anyone know of a set of plans that I could possibly use that I missed.


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Reardan Tom
Posted 9/16/2017 10:19 AM (#95088 - in reply to #95082)
Subject: Re: Sidecar tub designs

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Location: Reardan, WA
You might get in touch with Ron Ridenour at Lake Five Resort just outside West Glacier, MT. He's got two long hair German Sheppards who ride with him. In the movie Sit, Stay, Ride, he had only Cody. But it seems to me he's made an appearance in the Sidecarist magazine with both Cody and Wooten. He'd likely have some thoughts to share with you.

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