Voyager trike kit


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mark5173
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Voyager trike kit

Post by mark5173 » Fri Jun 19, 2015 8:02 pm



Looking for pros & con's of trike kits like voyager . trigg .any other add on tipe . have p.a.d in my legs have a hard time holding up my bike at stop lights but not ready to stop ridding yet. Any information would be helpful.
PS.it's a 99 1500 thanks.



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alwims
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2008 GL1800

Re: Voyager trike kit

Post by alwims » Fri Jun 19, 2015 9:31 pm

We love our HOBO Conversion. https://www.facebook.com/hoboconversions About 1/2 price of a Voyager and a lot simpler. And IMHO a better ride.

GeorgeFazio
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Re: Voyager trike kit

Post by GeorgeFazio » Sat Jul 01, 2017 6:47 pm

I have the Toe-Pac E-Trike kit installed on my 1500. Outside of bad fender bolts, which were replaced by the factory, it has made my ride a lot better after my knee replacement. Cost was less that $3000.00 and a very stable ride and I didn't have to put an EZ steer kit on.
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tfdeputydawg
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Re: Voyager trike kit

Post by tfdeputydawg » Sun Jul 02, 2017 6:03 am

If you can't afford a true trike conversion then, by all means whatever it takes to keep riding!
Trigg would be my choice and a rake kit is a must for me! Without a rake kit, bike wanted to "rip" the handlebars out of my hands in a tight turn. Very hard to steer!!!!!
Switched to a Hannigan conversion and was much more happy!



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