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Posted 4/15/2004 8:50 PM (#3128)
Subject: Got my new bike---


Now I've got to get that sidecar. Just picked up my new HD 1200C and am still bumping into walls when it comes to what side car to get.

I see (on Ebay) that there is a fella in Ohio that sells Dnepr's at a very nice price, however I don't recall reading anything about them - is this because sidecarist are polite and listen to their GrandMa when she says not to say anything if you can't say something nice???

Jim in Newark DE
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Hack'n
Posted 4/16/2004 12:18 AM (#3129 - in reply to #3128)
Subject: RE: Got my new bike---



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Dneprs are OK. Ural Bavarian classics are a lot better detailed and finished. They have better looking wheels, swing-arms, fenders, upholstery, etc. but look similar. What do you want in a hack? Utility is there with the dneprs. Beauty is there with the B/Cs. Both come with BMW /2 mountings and require extra $ to mount and accessorize. Both work well. Both weigh over 230#. Either will last for the long haul.
I put a lot of 562 Velorexs on the Sportys, with or without the H-D suspension option. Most bang for the buck, they come with everything but the bike, and you can mount it yourself, no welder needed.

Lonnie Cook
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Posted 4/16/2004 9:39 AM (#3133 - in reply to #3128)
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Jim.
Try Liberty Sidecars in Seattle Washington.
They make a great sidecar for the Sporties.
www.libertysidecars.com
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