Home made sidecar. BMW

Discussion in 'Hacks' started by pops, Nov 30, 2008.

  1. pops

    pops Long timer

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    A sidecar on the toy run today . Port Pirie

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  2. Andrew2

    Andrew2 Team 250

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    I like that,it looks like a lot of fun to ride.

    A2
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  3. kliff

    kliff Retired Ole Phart

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    Clean, simple, functional....:thumb
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  4. Uncle Ernie

    Uncle Ernie Long timer

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    Put 86K on one of those bikes.
    I'm guessing Australia is very flat.
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  5. SandHog

    SandHog Adventurer

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    Looks well made and functional . :super
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  6. TouringDave

    TouringDave Tri Moto Veritas

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    Jeebers! look at the lean on the damn thing!

    Or is it just my old eyes?
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  7. pops

    pops Long timer

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    Quote--Jeebers! look at the lean on the damn thing!--

    The lad that built it said that the sidecar shock was too soft .When he sat on the bike it was level? .Was funny to see him ride it .All over the place.

    Good to see the lad doing it:clap He was very proud of what he had done already.
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  8. Possumhopper

    Possumhopper Urinal Pilot

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    Add a little caulking and Styrofoam and you got one hell of a mobile beer cooler!
    :slurp
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  9. tathambenjamin

    tathambenjamin Been here awhile

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    that thing looks great, I think the whole set up suits the look of the LS very well. I do wonder about the power and torque that the 650 delivers though.... Not sure if it would be satisfactory for a sidecar rig, but I have seen a few of them. Beauty. Thanks:clap
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