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Re:Kaidallac as a Trike 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
That's interesting, In reality it has 4 wheels on the ground....how do they manage to keep the drive wheel from being lifted off the ground occasionally?
 
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Re:Kaidallac as a Trike 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
That's really cool, I like that it doesn't really modify the bike too much, looks like you could easily go back to stock if you wanted; i.e. to sell or whatever. ...Can you?

I also like that you get to keep the bags and it just looks cool.

I've got to say Kai, you're livin the dream! Got your Venture coming and you've got the Kaidillac decked out for some serious hauling. You, my friend, are doing retirement right!
 
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Re:Kaidallac as a Trike 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
Now the thread a week or two ago about trikes makes perfect sense. With 3 wheels back there you should be able to tow whatever you want.
 
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Re:Kaidallac as a Trike 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
Flashback wrote:
That's interesting, In reality it has 4 wheels on the ground....how do they manage to keep the drive wheel from being lifted off the ground occasionally?


You have to do a pre-load installation. That keeps the drive wheel on the ground.
 
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Re:Kaidallac as a Trike 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
Doc_V wrote:
That's really cool, I like that it doesn't really modify the bike too much, looks like you could easily go back to stock if you wanted; i.e. to sell or whatever. ...Can you?

I also like that you get to keep the bags and it just looks cool.

I've got to say Kai, you're livin the dream! Got your Venture coming and you've got the Kaidillac decked out for some serious hauling. You, my friend, are doing retirement right!


Thanks, I am thoroughly enjoying myself !!!
 
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Re:Kaidallac as a Trike 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
Looks really good Kai. I have a friend that got a trike kit that was manufactured in Kansas for his Harley. Looks similar to what he did to his.
 
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Re:Kaidallac as a Trike 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
Looks good. These are perfect bikes for trikes.
 
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