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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by England-Kev, Nov 14, 2007.
Nice job there AW. I like it. Easy job to reduce the trail by the looks of it, thats if it needs it?
Yes, it's relatively easy, but the customer was happy as it was. It rides really nicely and steering is not at all heavy.
With a heavier sidecar, it can be done with a simple adapter.
You crafty boy, Drone!
Here's the same bike, fitted to suit the Aussies:
That Hack body looks good on the cruiser. Looks good connected to a sporty machine too.
Thanks for the smiles on that aussie pic,I had a hard day !!.
Desert and asphalt nomads.
I laughed out loud as well, causing the wife to come and check what I was looking at
Someone on another forum asked for some pics of the MZ with the new Dombo-ears I made from plastic boxlids, might as well post them here.
They provide great protection from the cold wind up to my shoulders and even keep the wind from my knees
You must of course understand that is due to the careful calculations for the angle and width of the lids, made in CAD on a computer and only after several designs they came out this perfect
Okay, okay only a couple of minutes with a burner to bend the plastic and 3 screws per side
Did you get the little allen key from IKEA when fitting your flatpack fairing components ?
Indeed they are from the "Slugis"boxes
Had to try out the new "K-Block" tires last weekend.....man, we haul way too much crap....
Pretty good winds. Managed to get about 23.5 mpg.
I think the navigator was having a good time...bought her a GPS to play with.
Wandering off on a 7 - 10 camping ride next week.... Death Valley then who knows where.
Finally picked up my hack.....I am gonna get it on once the weather gets a bit nicer.
So the tug is gonna be my 2001 Intruder 1500...... 1st time sidecar for me.....
I made a post about a new project in Day trippn however a friend recommended I repost something here to the Hack audience. I recently started a project to explore the Central Coast of California (for now) mostly by sidecar and plan to keep a collection of images and videos on a dedicated facebook page. A Facebook account is not required to view only to post a comment. So, please stop on by and take a look and "like" the page if you would like to keep informed about updates.
Also, I just finished a little teaser video of the a local ride if your interested, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vgke3axvzWU
Thanks, See you out there somewhere.
Nice to see you here. I'm the guy who stumbled onto your youtube video a couple days ago. Keep them coming.
In keeping with this thread, here's a picture of my last Ural. It was 1996. I'll ge picking up my Gobi in about 2 months.
Let me know if you'd like to hit some lesser known stuff in SLO north county.
Isn't that what the UK outfits look like to us?
Or is that just how they appear to the Vogons as they approach?
Don't get me started on those damn Vogons!
Hitchhiker Guide on TV next week, gonna watch it again