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careyjohnson
Posted 6/8/2008 6:09 AM (#36370)
Subject: EZS sidecars?


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Evening all, still looking for a suitable sidecar for a Rocket R3T, anyone have any experience with EZS sidecars, in particular their 'Munro model? Have been watching the cable tv, hope you are all 'weathering' the extreme weather conditions they are showing in the USA at this time. Regards Carey Johnson
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Al Olme
Posted 6/8/2008 5:32 PM (#36385 - in reply to #36370)
Subject: RE: EZS sidecars?



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Carey,

I am not familiar with the Munro but EZS makes excellent sidecars. I've used thier bike conversion and mounting hardware with great success. Albert Engbers [the "E" in EZS] puts out a first quality product. I went through EZS USA, Pete Larson at Liberty Sidecars. Pete treated me well and understands all the issues with mounting and alignment very well.

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careyjohnson
Posted 6/8/2008 8:37 PM (#36389 - in reply to #36370)
Subject: RE: EZS sidecars?


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Hello Al, thanks for the reply, I have been looking for a sidecar since ordering a R3T however my choice was limited somewhat given the Touring is a tad different from the other and older Rocket models, thus fittings and sub-frames had not been sorted out by the sidecar manufacturers. My wife liked the older appearance of the GP700 offered by Watsonian Squires but they referred me to EZS to discuss fittings. I guess by your response I have been fortunate in dealing with Albert when making an approach (nice to think you still can deal with the business owner) They are currently fitting sidecars to two Touring cycles, both are Munro models and he forwarded me a photo of the fittings on one of them. He will send me photo's of the completed units in 2 weeks. Regards Carey
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careyjohnson
Posted 6/8/2008 8:39 PM (#36391 - in reply to #36370)
Subject: RE: EZS sidecars?


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oops forgot the photo
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careyjohnson
Posted 6/8/2008 8:42 PM (#36392 - in reply to #36370)
Subject: RE: EZS sidecars?


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oops again



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