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    dehartracing

    Number of posts : 4
    Location : Milwaukee, WI
    Registration date : 2008-11-25

    Mini trike conversion

    Post by dehartracing on Mon Dec 22, 2008 6:04 pm

    Shocked cheers
    I am currently working on converting a minitrike to fit 1985 Goldwing. Watch for pics. The inital layout looks great. Nice and tight.

    Joe

    Tony Molina
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    Number of posts : 57
    Age : 41
    Location : Tennessee
    Registration date : 2008-11-20

    Re: Mini trike conversion

    Post by Tony Molina on Wed Dec 24, 2008 12:20 am

    One thing to keep in mind is that the mini trike kits use the 250lb axles and the kits for the Goldwings will use the 500lb axles. The axles are "Reliable" axles which I think you can buy at Northern Tool for $35--now if you are using a 12" kit...then it will be a bit different as the axles are modified...good luck! Let me know how it is going!

    Take care,

    Tony

    dehartracing

    Number of posts : 4
    Location : Milwaukee, WI
    Registration date : 2008-11-25

    conversion

    Post by dehartracing on Wed Dec 24, 2008 12:45 pm

    I have the 12'' wheels. I havealso set the bike upwith the mass majority of the weight is on the bike. Bascicly using the kit to help balance when stopped. Will be using mini shocks so bike will still lean a little at speed.

    Tony Molina
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    Number of posts : 57
    Age : 41
    Location : Tennessee
    Registration date : 2008-11-20

    Re: Mini trike conversion

    Post by Tony Molina on Wed Dec 24, 2008 4:01 pm

    So it will actually be like a set of "training wheels" on a bicycle. Interesting. Good luck! and please keep me posted on how it comes out!

    merry Christmas,

    Tony
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    debbie97058

    Number of posts : 2
    Location : Columbia River Gorge~Oregon
    Registration date : 2010-05-28

    Re: Mini trike conversion

    Post by debbie97058 on Fri May 28, 2010 7:15 pm


    Hi...my Q is....is the trike kit, that I have planned to order, for my Suzuki Burgman 650cc a Trinity trike kit? or.......? and if not...how is it compared to a Trinity trike kit?
    my husband is reading up on trike kits.
    HELP!
    ;o)
    Debbie97058

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