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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 04-22-2011, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
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bike striped ready to trike,not made up my mind what axle to opt for,still planing,onwards and upwards.
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Hello Ade.
Welcome to the forum. I just finished my trike build.
I went with the champion sidecar kit. I was able to do all the work.
I hope that you have the same good luck with you build.
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thanks,is yours independent or live axle,did you keep the air ride?im not sure if i am going to buy a kit or make one up my self.
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Here is the picture of the rear end.
It has the OEM adjustable air shock is used in conjunction with (2) new progressive 416 air shocks.
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Oops I send the wrong picture with the last posting
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looks good,is your diff central,i see by the first pic your swimg arm has been removerd,is this still the case with axle in place?
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It has the swing arm also.
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took side stand of,now light on dash stays on,any idears on how to deal with this,thanks
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Hello Ade747.
If you wish to eliminate the side stand and not worry about the switch opening up and shutting down. Just take the green/white and green wire and put them together.
That what I had to do and the light did not come on.
Then just tuck the wires up inside the side cover.
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here some pics so far,still lots to be done and no time to do it in
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