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    Default How to raise rear wheels on burgman trike

    Bought 2013 burgman executive used. Need to learn a lot. Where are jacking points for raising rear wheels? Has motor trike breeze kit on it.

    Are the rear brakes on these worth a hoot. Already need to adjust parking brake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soundman View Post
    Bought 2013 burgman executive used. Need to learn a lot. Where are jacking points for raising rear wheels? Has moto trike breeze kit on it.

    Are the rear brakes on these worth a hoot. Already need to adjust parking brake.
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    Welcome Ralph. Not many Burgman conversions on here. Hope someone can help ya.
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    Hi Ralph, to Trike Talk

    Here you can see listings of dealers in Ohio, pick one near you and give them a call for info ( use the drop down box and click on Ohio)

    https://www.motortrike.com/TrikeDealerLocator.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by soundman View Post
    Bought 2013 burgman executive used. Need to learn a lot. Where are jacking points for raising rear wheels? Has motor trike breeze kit on it.

    Are the rear brakes on these worth a hoot. Already need to adjust parking brake.
    I canít tell you about your Bergman but as for jacking I donít at all. If done wrong you can twist the frame and cause alignment issues you wonít see for several miles. I built two ramps out of 4x8ís and back the bike up onto them with a winch on a crossbeam ahead of the ramps. If youíre lucky to have a reverse you donít need the winch. When on the ramps thereís enough room under the trike to crawl around on an old rug. The bike is stable and you can get to all the rear end stuff. If you want the front up just drive the front wheel up onto one of the ramps until itís high enough to work under it. Iíve used this on my old Royal Star and now with my Goldwing. Safe, easy to build and cheap.

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