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trieste
Posted 9/30/2005 7:00 PM (#10439)
Subject: Building a sidecar frame


Been thinking of buiding a sidecar for my 82 honda cm450c,
started today to look for information on the web.
found this site right of the bat, seen a lot of good pictures to get ideas from,one thing i could not get is a clear understanding of, is how the wheel & axel are mounted on the sidecar frame.
i am getting to old to handle the bike alone, so i figure a sidecar will let me handle it.
any advice would be a great help to me. thanks
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Hack'n
Posted 9/30/2005 7:59 PM (#10441 - in reply to #10439)
Subject: RE: Building a sidecar frame



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Most are attached with a trailing link swing-arm suspension system using a cycle type coil over shock absorber.
Download the sidecar books on this site and there is a lot more information on sidecar chassis.
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trieste
Posted 10/2/2005 7:57 AM (#10453 - in reply to #10439)
Subject: RE: Building a sidecar frame


Thanks hack,i looked at the site,got a lot of good info. but i am still looking for a good picture of the trail arm of the side car,if i ever see a picture of something,i can figure out how to make it. tks trieste
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Hack'n
Posted 10/2/2005 12:32 PM (#10458 - in reply to #10453)
Subject: RE: Building a sidecar frame



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trieste,
Drop me an e-mail at: nwsidecar@aol.com , I may be able to help if you're a fabricator.

Lonnie
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hahnda
Posted 10/5/2005 9:03 AM (#10529 - in reply to #10439)
Subject: RE: Building a sidecar frame



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This might help give you some ideas.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v199/Hahnda/Oldwing%20Sidecar/hit...

Make sure to view it at full size otherwise its hard to read.

KEvin

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