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Old 07-01-2008, 02:41 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by Mr.P
Just out of curiosity, Can someone tell me why a Earlsfork/swingarm type fork is used on or most sidecar rigs? Just looking to know.Thanxs
Mr.P
It is one way to modify the trail for easier steering and generally is less prone to suspension stiction from flexing which can be a problem with more conventional telescopic forks. The hot ticket is actually hub center steering but it is seldom seen on rigs over here.
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