Return to Home page

Search | Statistics | User Listing Forums | Calendars | Albums | Quotes
Sidecar.com Forum ->  General discussion -> General Discussion -> View Thread

You are logged in as a guest. ( logon | register )

Random quote: I'm old enough to be a genius. I'm just not smart enough.
- (Added by: Reardan Tom)

Poll 2+2 sidecar the best
Jump to page : 1
Now viewing page 1 [25 messages per page]
View previous thread :: View next thread
   General discussion -> General DiscussionMessage format
 
2+2 sidecar the best
OptionAdded byResults
add your vote belowJoyce0 Votes - [0%]
Yes RichardRichardMc41 Votes - [0%]
YES DAVE VPdave1 Votes - [0%]
yes flyFly1 Votes - [0%]
Yes- Chuckhdrghack1 Votes - [0%]
Yes - Jim Dgrasslander1 Votes - [0%]
Yes- DonTax Man1 Votes - [0%]
Yes, Jim Van der VeenJim Van der Veen1 Votes - [0%]
Add your own option:
This is a multiple choice poll.


Posted 11/7/2003 7:02 PM (#1460)
Subject: 2+2 sidecar the best


I have HD sidecar and I want to buy a 2 passenger sidecar.

I
need help to shopping.

What side car is the best?

California, Hanigan, armec any ideas ?

Thank you.



Top of the page Bottom of the page
Hack'n
Posted 11/8/2003 11:03 AM (#1473 - in reply to #1460)
Subject: RE: 2+2 sidecar the best



Expert

Posts: 4833
2000200050010010010025
Location: Boise, Idaho
Which makes the best wife; A Blonde, a Redhead, or a Brunette?
all have their good points and warts. Check out the specs, prices, appearance, availability, accessory options and perhaps ease of installation and see which one spins your wheels.
Top of the page Bottom of the page
hdrghack
Posted 11/8/2003 3:26 PM (#1478 - in reply to #1473)
Subject: RE: 2+2 sidecar the best


Expert

Posts: 1346
100010010010025
Location: WESTERN NEW YORK
cbentoI have a Harley Road Glide with a California Friendship III which I feel is a Great match for what we use it for. Maybe try looking at the other dealer sites some have pictures of Harleys and the sidecars along with other makes of bikes. Or you could come to the USCA National in Bean Blossom Indiana next year and you may see a few different types there.
Top of the page Bottom of the page

Posted 11/11/2003 6:40 PM (#1526 - in reply to #1460)
Subject: RE: 2+2 sidecar the best


I just bought a used Hannigan 2+2 for my 88 Goldwing. I have never had anything to do with a sidecar before so I sent an email to Hannigan and asked for installation instructions. Within a week I received the instructions free of charge. I then found out that I had some parts missing so I called them and was given the choice of a new one or used one, at half the price of the new one. I had heard before that the people at Hannigan were good people and now I know first hand. To me customer service plays a big part in whether to deal with a company or not. Just my vote.
Top of the page Bottom of the page

Posted 11/14/2003 3:44 PM (#1542 - in reply to #1473)
Subject: RE: 2+2 sidecar the best


I have a road king (1997) and a HD sidecar.
The reason I want to change is because, I have a grandson and I need 2 seat sidecar.

My prefs are:

1-Safety
2-Quality
3-Acessories
4-Price

Best
Regards

C. Bento

Edited by cbento 11/14/2003 3:46 PM
Top of the page Bottom of the page
claude #3563
Posted 11/14/2003 9:40 PM (#1544 - in reply to #1542)
Subject: RE: 2+2 sidecar the best



Expert

Posts: 2471
20001001001001002525
Location: Middleburg, Pa
The ones mentioned already would be good. You could also check out the Motorvation Formula II. They have a reputation for excellent service and this is a nice sidecar too.
Or, you could cut your Harley sidecar down he middle and widen it by a foot
Top of the page Bottom of the page
Jump to page : 1
Now viewing page 1 [25 messages per page]
Jump to forum :
Search this forum
Printer friendly version
E-mail a link to this thread

 


Copyright 2004-2008, The United Sidecar Association — Built by BarringtonPress — Send your suggestions and comments to the webmaster
USCA Web usage policy



(Delete all cookies set by this site)
Running MegaBBS ASP Forum Software
© 2002-2017 PD9 Software