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Posted 1/31/2004 10:48 PM (#2167)
Subject: sidecar on Triumph?


Anybody out there have experience mounting a sidecar on a first gen Hinckley Triumph? I have a '96 Sprint that has plenty of guts to pull a hack but don't know how to go about it.

Please advise,

Sawdust Slim
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SKULL
Posted 2/1/2004 3:36 PM (#2171 - in reply to #2167)
Subject: RE: sidecar on Triumph?



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On the beginning of this web site is "MAPS", that will direct you to the closest Dealer/Installer...I have seen Hack's on just about every Bike made! The person that I know that know's the most about Hack's is Doug Bingham at: www.sidestrider.com he did mine over 15 year's ago! Hope this help's you out! "SKULL" AZ.

PS Doug also has a Triumph with a Hack!

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Hack'n
Posted 2/1/2004 3:38 PM (#2172 - in reply to #2167)
Subject: RE: sidecar on Triumph?



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Doug Bingham at Sidestrider.com, or Sidecar Industry Council.com, has Triumph Sub-frames available. You will have to figure what hack you want to mount up to the Triumph since they may be somewhat sidecar specific in some cases. Triumphs make a good sidecar tug.
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RonC
Posted 2/2/2004 12:58 PM (#2176 - in reply to #2167)
Subject: Triumph sidecars


Speaking of sidecars on Triumph, can you imagine what a rig the new Speed Triple (or whatever it's called) would make? 145 hp --- 147 foot pounds of torque ---- Woooooo heeeeee
Ron-n-Luke
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Fastblueheeler
Posted 2/13/2004 4:32 PM (#2304 - in reply to #2167)
Subject: RE: sidecar on Triumph?



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Texas sidecars did a Thunderbird it looks like. Found this researching sidecars on the web.
http://www.texassidecars.com/
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