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    Default 2002 Roadhawk HELP!!!!

    I am looking for more info on here about my 2002 Roadhawk. It was my Dad's and he really didn't know what he had. We have done a lot of work to it and there is more to do. I would love to find info in the original builder and or the company that bought his company. Maybe there is a manual out there? Any help would be great!!!!

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    I am looking for more info on here about my 2002 Roadhawk. It was my Dad's and he really didn't know what he had. We have done a lot of work to it and there is more to do. I would love to find info in the original builder and or the company that bought his company. Maybe there is a manual out there? Any help would be great!!!!
    The Trike Shop, now Roadsmith, built these for years, since 1972. We stopped making them about 8 years ago due to the demand for conversion kits for Honda's and Harley's. The cv joints are from a 1969-1979 vw type 1 Bug. Be sure to clean and repack joints with cv joint grease. Some parts maybe available from Roadsmith. You can call but no guaranty they have but can help guide you in the right direction. There # is 1-800-331-0705. Ask for Doug. KEEP-ON-TRIKEN. Dick

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    The Trike Shop, now Roadsmith, built these for years, since 1972. We stopped making them about 8 years ago due to the demand for conversion kits for Honda's and Harley's. The cv joints are from a 1969-1979 vw type 1 Bug. Be sure to clean and repack joints with cv joint grease. Some parts maybe available from Roadsmith. You can call but no guaranty they have but can help guide you in the right direction. There # is 1-800-331-0705. Ask for Doug. KEEP-ON-TRIKEN. Dick
    I saw your reply. Here is what you have. The Transaxle is from a 1968-1974 type 3. Not a Vanagon. What happened is your differential is from a Type 4 which has larger cv joints. The years are still the same. We would use than diff. once in a while. That diff. bolts up to type 3 or type 4 transaxle. If you need more info about what you have, call me at 1-386-299-8081. I am the founder of this company and help you as needed. Dick

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    Great information. I ride a 2005 RoadHawk myself.

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