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Re:Star-struck by this trike conversion 1 Week ago  
Nocolorbrother wrote:
Here ya go

https://greenville.craigslist.org/mcy/6063946515.html


I always wondered about these...

A bike has two wheels,
a trike has three wheels.

These things have four wheels, seems like someone could start screwing around with registration or insurance details on you.
 
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Re:Star-struck by this trike conversion 6 Days, 19 Hours ago  
MidwestMike wrote:
A bike has two wheels,
a trike has three wheels.


And Those things are called 'Training Wheels'. Remember when you were a little kid? Remember your first bike?
 
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Re:Star-struck by this trike conversion 6 Days, 15 Hours ago  
scionreality wrote:
You guys seen this?

http://m.ebay.com/itm/Trike-Conversion-Kit-for-Yamaha-Roadstar-1600-1700-Road-Star-/121801216902?nav=SEARCH


Seems like a lot of $ for what you get...still have to buy fenders, wheels, tires, etc....would add up quick...

BUT looks very well made and pretty simple/direct...should be about unbreakable and last forever. Would like to test ride one to see how it rides/handles and how much power that big ass center section robs from the motor....I bet rwhp and rwtque would be very low on a dyno....
 
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