GW Trikes

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GW Trikes

Post by minimac »

Mrs. Mini has decided we're old enough now for a trike and has promised to travel with me on one. With prices of new ones being more than our first two houses, We are condemned to searching out for a used unit. Do we search out a good used unit or buy a bike and have it converted? I have absolutely no interest in the outrigger type units. What are experiences/opinions on which conversions are the best?

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Re: GW Trikes

Post by newday777 »

Get intouch with KD Cycles in Alabama, they trike lots of wings, might be the biggest trike converter in the country, they have new and used.

Buying a used trike, you need to get underneath and check all the heim joints for rust powder, if evidence of rust, the part needs replacing. There are good used trikes out there if you search and inspect before buying.
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