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Posted 12/16/2003 10:52 AM (#1774)
Subject: Sidecar Rigging


I am looking for some information on sidecar rigging, basicaly cause and effect. There was a posting with some good information on it but I guess it rolled off page 3 into cyber space heaven before I got a chance to print it. It covered information like, not enough toe-in to to much toe-in and lean angles and how the rig should handle. In my opion it was a good referance and I would like to find a copy for my files.

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Donald Halbert
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SidecarMike
Posted 12/16/2003 12:52 PM (#1776 - in reply to #1774)
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I'm not sure which message you are refering to, but it should still be here. The only things that have been deleted have been at the request of sellers after an item is sold, or a couple things that were not motorcycle related. Don't forget to look at Hal Kendall's manuals at http://www.sidecar.com/hal.htm there's a lot of rigging information there.
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Posted 12/16/2003 3:35 PM (#1778 - in reply to #1774)
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Go to http://www.sidecar-ind.com and click tech pages, or go to sidecar.com home page and download one of Hal Kendall's books, or order a CD from him.
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Posted 12/17/2003 9:34 AM (#1783 - in reply to #1774)
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Thanks SidecarMike for the info, the book has some interesting info and I'm sure it will be usfull for furture projects. And Hack'n your link is not working at least I could not click through.
Thanks again I'm going riding
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Posted 12/17/2003 2:32 PM (#1784 - in reply to #1783)
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Search through "Sidecar Industry Council" and it should come up.
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Posted 12/17/2003 2:36 PM (#1785 - in reply to #1778)
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Donald,
The SIC is also linked on the home page here at Sidecar.com.
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Posted 12/19/2003 8:14 PM (#1801 - in reply to #1774)
Subject: RE: Sidecar Rigging


Don, I think that you may be talking about John Dreuning's site. Go to home01.wxz.nl/~dreuning/ and look for "sidecar technical" in the box labeled "home" at the top. At the bottom of the resulting page, look for PART 2 and Part 3. I believe that Part 2 is what you are looking for. Very good info in a very easy to understand format.
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