Thread: KLR Sidecar?
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Old 02-24-2013, 05:18 PM   #14
ricmachado
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That helps with the steering, makes turning lighter than if you keep the regular forks with the stock trail.

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Originally Posted by blacktruck View Post
In post #11, the KLR has a leading link suspension on the front. I've seen a few other bikes with hacks doing this. I have never ridden one with a hack and am trying to figure out why this helps and what is the benefit of it and if this is what I want or a trailer. I had a trailer on a touring bike before and liked it but it was too big most of the time. I do like the novelty of the hack.
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