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Posted 6/19/2005 11:11 AM (#8138)
Subject: Kaw vulcan nomad

I don't get it. Is the sectional frame on this bike a problem? I am thinking about a Velorex 562 suggested by sidecar guy, is that ok? it seems like my most economical option. And I can't find how to drive a sidecar reffered to on this site. thanx
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Posted 6/19/2005 3:16 PM (#8146 - in reply to #8138)
Subject: RE: Kaw vulcan nomad


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Location: Boise, Idaho
Frame joints are not a problem. They make good mounting points for sidecar struts. New Velorex Cruisers or Tour with H-D suspension and 20mm axle work fine. (562C would need ballast).
For Hal Kendalls books go to the Welcome page, click on books and links and follow the instructions there.

Lonnie Cook
Northwest Sidecar

Edited by Hack'n 6/19/2005 3:16 PM
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