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    Default roadstar trike

    Well i think im gonna strip down my bike and keep eng.-trans-front end-misc parts and then have trike frame made,real old school-low seat,big wide tires,just small wide fenders

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    Good luck on your project I have a Roadstar Trike.

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    My Road Star trike has over 100,000 miles on it. They make good trikes. Good luck!

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    Default Garage Trike

    I built a swingarm and fabricated an axle from an eight inch differential for my wife's Roadstar. Working pretty good with her having ridden over 40,000 miles as a trike. The only issue she has is the handle bar shimmy around 25 to 30 miles per hour. Working on measuring the rake and trail if she ever STOPS riding it long enough for me to check it. Other than not being able to lean into the turns, she loves it. I can post pictures after it gets repainted from snapping an axle off in a huge pothole in these Louisiana roads. The axle and wheel passed her up while ripping the fiberglass fender up too.

    Note: Just finished a group ride two weeks back or so and out of 30 riders, 21 were trikes. Used to be one or two trikes to that amount of two wheelers. It's nice having a "third" wheel these days.

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