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Posted 10/29/2003 5:51 PM (#1347)
Subject: Where to Start?


Where's a good place to learn about sidecars that would fit my bike? I ride a 2003 Kawasaki ZRX1200R.
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Bandit Bill
Posted 10/29/2003 6:20 PM (#1348 - in reply to #1347)
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I don't know which sidecar this one above is (EML perhaps?), perhaps someone else will enlighten us on this one.

The upside is you have a traditional, full cradle, tube frame on that ZRX, so it's a simple matter of adapting hardware to fit from http://dauntlessmotors.com to mount the medium weight sidecar of your choice, and go.

Spend some time googling 'mounting sidecar' to come up with other persons sites, a lot of them have photo's of mounting a sidecar to a motorcycle, with detail shots. This will give you a few ideas along the way.
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