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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunpoweredaz View Post
    I have been trying with apparently no success in getting them to post.

    Anyone will to let me email them to you and possibly you can post.

    I am lost.
    Go to www.mjtrikes.com and email them to me from my email address there. Request that I post them on the thread and I will.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunpoweredaz View Post
    Howdy I have what I am pretty sure is a Lehman strike kit on my 87 goldwing.

    What I am looking for is where the mounting bolts are?

    I found 2 steel angles that touch front by where passengers foot rest are.

    The each have 2 holes drilled into steel but nothing into the fiberglass of the fender.

    Any ideas of where the attaching points are?
    George, I believe you have a Motortrike and not a Lehman.

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    The bracket looks to have been added later and not original.

    In the early 1990's Lehman and Motortrike aesthetically had similar body designs.

    The links that connect the rear axle to the motorcycle are typically Motortrike.
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    Default Light Bar Grills

    I have contacted Lehman and have been told they no longer carry these. They are chrome grills that cover the lens on the Monarch II rear light bar. I need one set which I believe they came in sets of two. Some how one of mine got broken

    If anyone knows where I can buy them, any help would be greatly appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgtlitz View Post
    I have contacted Lehman and have been told they no longer carry these. They are chrome grills that cover the lens on the Monarch II rear light bar. I need one set which I believe they came in sets of two. Some how one of mine got broken

    If anyone knows where I can buy them, any help would be greatly appreciated!
    Wayne, I will look and see if I have a set. You need both a left and right grill ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgtlitz View Post
    I have contacted Lehman and have been told they no longer carry these. They are chrome grills that cover the lens on the Monarch II rear light bar. I need one set which I believe they came in sets of two. Some how one of mine got broken

    If anyone knows where I can buy them, any help would be greatly appreciated!
    Wayne, All sources have been exhausted and they have been discontinued for several years now. I have a set (contains left and right chromed grill) I will sell for $20.00.

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    Default TBM Disc Brake Caliper upgrade

    I just put my hands on a limited amount of disc brake calipers that can replace the old TBM calipers that are no longer supported by TBM and the soon-to-be-obsolete disc brake pads that they use.

    These calipers are fully loaded and virtually are bolt-on replacements that I am changing the pistons on. The pair are just about as expensive as 1 TBM caliper and must be used in pairs.

    The Wilwood disc brake pad is not as dusty or as abrasive as the TBM pads were so you should get better life from the rotors too.

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    The TBM disc brake system was used from 1996-2005 on Lehman Harley-Davidson models before they used select Wilwood brake systems. The TBM calipers were used in conjunction with the LR1013 rotor and a spot parking brake caliper. The Wilwood is a bolt-on direct replacement and you can still maintain your spot parking brake caliper too.
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    We are rapidly closing in on Winter and putting our Trikes away for the season in most of the US.

    Due to numerous requests and persistence to manufacturers, I have gathered some items that were, until now, unavailable to me or other Lehman Trike Owners.

    LS0626 Auxiliary Shock Absorber for Lehman Monarch II Straight Axle 2004 - 2012



    https://mjtrikes.com/shop/index.php?...2e5f0a26e30c23

    GB1099 Parking Brake Lever used on Lehman Trikes after 2003 to current. I have 10 of these on order from the original manufacturer and should be seeing them in December 2018. Information for the lever is not yet up on my website until I have the parts in hand.

    www.mjtrikes.com

    https://mjtrikes.com/shop/index.php?...2e5f0a26e30c23
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    Default What axle

    Don't know if anyone can help or if this forum is still going I have bought a 2007 Suzuki boulevard vl1500 Lehman's jackal trike want to find out what axle is on it

    Problem I may have is I'm in the UK so it has was imported around 2010

    Any help much welcomed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juggybott View Post
    Don't know if anyone can help or if this forum is still going I have bought a 2007 Suzuki boulevard vl1500 Lehman's jackal trike want to find out what axle is on it

    Problem I may have is I'm in the UK so it has was imported around 2010

    Any help much welcomed
    Justin,

    I just discovered your post, must have missed it earlier.

    I am pretty sure it is covered in this section of the forum, but I will try to explain what you asking and will provide you with some helpful tips.

    The rear axle used on the Lehman Trikes with shaft drive since 2001 have been a recreation of the 1972-1978 Ford Pinto.

    Lehman had these axles manufactured overseas to those specifications. Lehman also had a specific gear set manufactured as well. Since Lehman changed hands and now Champion Trikes has substituted their own rear axles to Lehman Trikes manufactured after 2013.

    Since 2013, the gear set began to dwindle and there are no new gear sets available.

    I am working feverishly to find suitable gear ratios in used parts.

    I have exhausted all existing NOS gear parts in the US.

    Ironically, very few bearings and seals are available in Canada where Lehman originated.

    These bearings, seals and brake parts can still be obtained from jobbers in the US, but are somewhat limited in supply.

    I try to keep wear items in stock for Lehman owners.

    The one single overlooked service item is gear oil.

    If you develop a leak in the rear axle, keep the fluid level in check until the leak can be fixed.

    Occasionally the rear brakes need adjusting (5-10K).

    The u-joint needs grease every 5K with an oil change.

    Rear tire pressure should be 20psi.

    I hope this helps.
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