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Trike Kit 4 Years, 6 Months ago  
I'm looking for those wheels that you add onto your bike. They're like training wheels that you can have on or off and they can fit beyond your saddle bags. They're kinda like training wheels...can anyone help me on where to look? Kai
 
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Re:Trike Kit 4 Years, 6 Months ago  
Kaisayson, What are you wanting them to fit. I know a gal in St. Joseph that has a set on a Fat Boy she is trying to sell. Not sure of the price, but I can find out if you are interested.
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Re:Trike Kit 4 Years, 6 Months ago  
kaisayson wrote:
I'm looking for those wheels that you add onto your bike. They're like training wheels that you can have on or off and they can fit beyond your saddle bags. They're kinda like training wheels...can anyone help me on where to look? Kai


Kai, I think you are looking for a trike kit called Insta-Trike..... http://www.instatrikes.com/
 
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Re:Trike Kit 4 Years, 6 Months ago  
Insta-trike,or Voyager, and there's another one that I can't remember the name of!
 
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Re:Trike Kit 4 Years, 6 Months ago  
MikelJay wrote:
kaisayson wrote:
I'm looking for those wheels that you add onto your bike. They're like training wheels that you can have on or off and they can fit beyond your saddle bags. They're kinda like training wheels...can anyone help me on where to look? Kai


Kai, I think you are looking for a trike kit called Insta-Trike..... http://www.instatrikes.com/


Hey I think thats it...I wanted to make my white Vstar into a trike my wife can ride...I'm trying to convince her to ride with me. I figured a trike might do it...But she hates the wind and the sun... Oh well. I guess me and the dog will just have to ride by ourselves!!!
 
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Re:Trike Kit 4 Years, 6 Months ago  
If this is the same one I saw once I hadda look hard to see it was a bolt on. Guy said it came on/off in about 45 minutes. Got me to planning for the future.

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Re:Trike Kit 4 Years, 6 Months ago  
Look up Ghost Wheels

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kaisayson wrote:
I'm looking for those wheels that you add onto your bike. They're like training wheels that you can have on or off and they can fit beyond your saddle bags. They're kinda like training wheels...can anyone help me on where to look? Kai
 
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Re:Trike Kit 4 Years, 6 Months ago  
I'd go to a sidecar. Solve the wind and sun issue (you can get tops for them). Plus some you can disconnect when you dont want it with you (the sidecar, not the wife!).
 
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Re:Trike Kit 4 Years, 6 Months ago  
Check out this one: www.triggtrikes.com

I looked into them pretty hard before buying a goldwing trike. Liked trigg's design and price, but went with the wing for the cruise, stereo, reverse, CB, etc.

Still might consider the trigg, as I can't seem to get a decent price out of my roadstar, and it's really hard to get that big twin and the silverado out of my system. Then, I'll have a really nice wing for sale.
 
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Re:Trike Kit 4 Years, 6 Months ago  
Hi I got my wife a Vstar and had it converted to a trike ,just waiting for delivery
 
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