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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by England-Kev, Nov 14, 2007.
Pilfered from Steve's Smugmug.
BMW K100 with 1100 engine, all homemade steering, sidecar and everything else!
No kidding! That Kawasaki is looking like it could take on the world. Great job!
this is the ultimate adventure bike,especially when you are trying to keep it on the road
2wd drive all the time,no head wobble, and will stomp a urals guts out
plus it doesnt cost 15 thousand dollars..:eek1
This old (1967?) Austin Healey 3000 MK III has been sitting in the lot where my Dad lives for quite a while. Looks to have been driven straight from the "barn".
My 96+ year old Dad is still kick'in my ass at cribbage.
Nice Fall day in MT. .....supposed to have a chance of snow on wed. night.
I'd kill for an outfit with that sort of look.
The body under construction. This body has a larger tail than many of the American Classic bodies we have done and an opening trunk
for more storage.
About ready for the initial run
Some details. Note that the under cowl glove box has become a very popular addition. Quite handy and lockable.
Windshield is easily removed.
My little leaning sidecar project-
Does great on and off-road so far. Still have to finish the floor, add some more bracing and possibly add another pivot point. I may cut part of the nose off also, as I won't have people in it. Only my dog and gear. I'm going to add a fog light as well. I ran out of shield gas last night just after I added in the last absolutely necessary gusset. Good timing.
That is really cool.
It looks like it does not come off for waterborne sorts of miscreant behavior? I was talking to a kayaking buddy of mine about doing something similar, but with a removable tub that is still river-worthy. :3
Ahh, yes. Unfortunately mine does not do that. However, I thought about possibly building a platform with a curved frame that you could easily strap a kayak into. As for this design, I'll be coming up with a means of strapping my functional kayak and mountainbike to it. :)
That looks like a very "proper" sidecar. And handsome.
out now. Sidecar Traveller Nr. 4,
Trip around US (Part 1)
Test: Honda Goldwing with EZS Summit sidecar
SBW-sidecar for GS 1200
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Orange paint + black paint will get you 'that sort of look'.
How does it go?
'Wasp' is part of the equation. What is the engine? I first thought Honda, but it appears to have dohc.
And a chain tensioner!!! What ever happened to them?
More pointedly - wheredoyagetit?
Full time 2WD? Does it have some kind of CV joint or how does it handle the different wheel speeds in turns? Stomp a Ural's guts out how? speed on road? ability off-road? What's a comfortable on road cruise speed?
Got it in the mail today !!!
I just found the same sidecar body. Do you know who made it?
Painted my MZ 301 winterhack "army"gray ( well, actually my wife did, she used to be a painter by trade )
It's a matt grey, just like I wanted it to be:
Kept the front of the "lastenseitenwagen" as it was, with the original logo of the DDR electricitycompany where they used it. It will get a clear coat to protect it.
Had a template made by a militairy garage down the road for the sidepanels:
Should not forget pics of the wife painting the bike
I need to find a little hack for my TS 150!
I wish I could get my wife to paint...