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STARTED WORKING ON THE BODY
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Am envious wish i had the skill and facilities to paint mine.

Got to get a quote for spraying the body ouch!!!

Decided going to have the VW Beetle rear
light shrouds chromed





1995,SE,20TH ANNIVERSARY;CANDY APPLE 2 TONE RED
TRI WING TRIKE!!!
Proggresive 416 shocks,
American racing Anson sprint Wheels.

3 WHEELS ON MY WAGON AND ENJOYING EVERY MINUTE!!
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i think the chromed rear lights will look good
have a merry christmas
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Merry christmas

1995,SE,20TH ANNIVERSARY;CANDY APPLE 2 TONE RED
TRI WING TRIKE!!!
Proggresive 416 shocks,
American racing Anson sprint Wheels.

3 WHEELS ON MY WAGON AND ENJOYING EVERY MINUTE!!
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tires and rims came with the kit did not need spacers all iknow is they are 15in i will look tomorrow and let you know what it says on the tire my rims are universal lots of holes just had to find the ones that fit the axle hope you had a merry christmas
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Conversion come to a complete standstill been hit with foot of snow,cant get to garage and forcast is same for 2 weeks
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TRI WING TRIKE!!!
Proggresive 416 shocks,
American racing Anson sprint Wheels.

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You will like the Tri Wing kit.

I triked out '99 Yamaha Venture last summer, did it in 4 weeks before we left for vacation to the Smokies and the Dragon, and love the trike. Big word of advice if you did not order the EZ Steer for the front end do it. I did my conversion and thought I could handle the trike. Well I could but fighting the steering all day left me really exhausted when we got home from a ride.

I put the EZ Steer and now I could handle the steering with one hand if I had to.
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Was wondering how heavy the steering was going to be,not sure which route i'd take wether ezy steer or leading link, will see how i get on when i get it on the road.Weathers gone a bit milder 4 deggetting a bit done this weekend.

1995,SE,20TH ANNIVERSARY;CANDY APPLE 2 TONE RED
TRI WING TRIKE!!!
Proggresive 416 shocks,
American racing Anson sprint Wheels.

3 WHEELS ON MY WAGON AND ENJOYING EVERY MINUTE!!
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Gentlemen

This reply is going to be for all three of you "Trike Builders" what an awesome job you guys have done (I know you are not quite done). Three distinct different builds. What more can a reader ask for. I took the time this morning to read all posts in all three types of build and again I have to say AWESOME



You all deserve the grandest hand of applause for work well done. You all about ready to do the final touches and from all of you now, please don't let this end here. After you get out and ride them, please return and give a final analysis of your projects.

Again, to the jobs well done and posted so well - congrats.

From an onlooker and reader

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Was wondering how heavy the steering was going to be,not sure which route i'd take wether ezy steer or leading link, will see how i get on when i get it on the road.Weathers gone a bit milder 4 deggetting a bit done this weekend.
hy i had it out trying the shocks the lower i put them the better it steered will try it for now to see
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