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    Iron Butt smitty901's Avatar

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    Hannigan informed me today that August 31 is the No later than date to finish building the Sidecar.
    Dianne Feinstein:
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    Then both of your bikes will have a sidecar ?
    May I be "the least in the household of God."...

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Tom Click here to enlarge
    Then both of your bikes will have a sidecar ?
    For awhile. No hurry to get rid of the one on the Street. The FB will not have one and the one on the RGU will be a quick disconnect.
    Dianne Feinstein:
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    It has been about 2,500 miles now. The install of the Trike front end on the RGU all went well. Of course it was done for a reason . The Sidecar install coming up. The question always was how would the bike be without a sidecar and the Mod.
    HD freewheeler tree, Tri Glide forks and streeing damper.
    Yaffe Stealth Fairing Support Bar for front RG faring.

    The Tree added 6 degrees of rake, the tubes were 2 inches longer and in all it added 4 inches to wheel base.
    2,500 miles of playing around with it. The bike handles well. So the nay sayers once again full of nonsense.
    The bike appears to sit higher ,however the stance is slightly lower so you do have a reduced inseam height. It feels good. The front end it a bit stiffer so some what firmer ride. The increased wheel base does take a little more room to turn around. Long sweeping fast curves are fun it handles great. Short stop to stop turns in parking lot are not an issue. The steering dampener is unnoticeable. At this point I have found no down side to the work when it comes to handling.
    The Stealth bard was installed to remove faring bracket that ran to the engine guards. A necessary cost that worked as intended easy install. Plus side it cleaned up the front end appearance a bit.

    [url=https://flic.kr/p/288Ujqo]Click here to enlarge
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