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ROYC:
It's only a single seater. I'm not insured to carry passengers.
Standard springs.
I already have a lower cush sprocket if required but want to keep the higher gearing if pos.
and I am fitting a TLS front brake
Sidecar will be like this one.

ROYC:

--- Quote from: ROYC on 14 July, 2017, 20:14:05 ---It's only a single seater. I'm not insured to carry passengers.
Standard springs.
I already have a lower cush sprocket if required but want to keep the higher gearing if pos.
and I am fitting a TLS front brake
Sidecar will be like this one.

--- End quote ---
A bit of an update.
Sidecar fitted  -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5Gm_IPW8Ek 
Sidecar springs fitted to forks.
Hagon rear shocks.
50AH battery in sidecar boot.
Indicators now fitted.
TLS front brake.
12v electrics and LEDs all round.

DEAN SOUTHALL:
An absolute beauty Roy. Thanks for posting the link.
Here's to many miles of happy motoring on her.

JulianS:
Great outfit!!

ROYC:

--- Quote from: JulianS on 03 November, 2017, 20:49:48 ---Great outfit!!

--- End quote ---

Couldn't have done it without the help of you guys on this forum and the A7 A10 forum.
Thanks to all who helped.

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