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    12484615_10153690438365935_5314760419946989719_o.jpgHi Everyone,

    Just got a new to me BMW 1200GT conversion by Panther trikes,
    with reverse gear, woohoo!
    Now waiting for the rain to stop and the spring like weather to arrive,
    Take Care out there,

    Stormrider,
    Last edited by stormrider; 03-09-2016 at 12:31 PM. Reason: Photo added

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    Congrats on the new ride. Looking forward to photos.

    Shin

    Quote Originally Posted by stormrider View Post
    Hi Everyone,

    Just got a new to me BMW 1200GT conversion by Panther trikes,
    with reverse gear, woohoo!
    Now waiting for the rain to stop and the spring like weather to arrive,
    Take Care out there,

    Stormrider,
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    Yes. Photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KWSchin View Post
    Congrats on the new ride. Looking forward to photos.

    Shin
    Photo added!

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    Way Nice .. Congrats on the new toy
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    very nice ride safe
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    Looking good

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    Nice! Love the color!
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    Fine looking trike Tony, always been partial to that color, congrats!
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    Default Thanks to all for nice comments, but find steering heavy!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zammy View Post
    Fine looking trike Tony, always been partial to that color, congrats!
    I went out for a ride yesterday, but find the steering heavy its got standard forks on it,
    now is there an easy/ cheap way of making things a bit easier? or do I just have to accept it like people with side cars do,
    may be time to go to the Gym otherwise,

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