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    do any of you have or have had this on your bike? what are your opinions of this set up? my knees are not the best and i dont want to spend a lot of money triking the bike out. any input is welcome. thanks

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    Ya got a picture or a link towhat you are referring to?

    When I 1st read the heading I thought you were talking about the wrecker service in Japan that uses a Honda Gold Wing with a rig on the back.



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    I have a freind that has one & He loves it......
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    Ya got a picture or a link towhat you are referring to?

    When I 1st read the heading I thought you were talking about the wrecker service in Japan that uses a Honda Gold Wing with a rig on the back.[/quote]


    RJ.....He must me referring to these: http://www.tow-pacinc.com/

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    Thanks Reelay. I don't recall ever seeing this setup before. Learned something new today. That is good.........

    From the picture it looks cool, but I wonder how it is in the corners.

    The other company that makes this conversion has a problem in normal corners. Ya have to lift the outside wheel to turn easily,

    Can't even think of its name. Oh well, my opinion isn't worth anything anyway.

    Have a great day, to those that can ride, put a couple of miles in for me. Looks like I might be stuck here behind this puter for another 4 to 6 weeks, depending on how hard I hit on the Dr at my next appointment. I'm going stir crazy, and no it is not PMS......



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    Looks like an improvement over the "Voyager" I believe it was called.

    Interesting, the video doen't show it going around curves. I would think that the wheels suspension would bottom out and then it would act sorta like a trike except the wheels might lever the driving wheel off the ground. Not for me. I wonder how much it would take to "high side". Having a sidecar rig, you have to think about that.

    wayne
    Last edited by solo1; 02-05-2009 at 09:24 AM.

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