My Gl 1500 Trike Build

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Re: My Gl 1500 Trike Build

Postby lepchaun » Thu Jul 27, 2017 1:02 pm

if u get up my way the kettle will b on :thumbsup:


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Re: My Gl 1500 Trike Build

Postby miniondave » Thu Jul 27, 2017 7:52 pm

lepchaun wrote:if u get up my way the kettle will b on :thumbsup:


You need to bring your own tea bag though. :hoofle: :hoofle: :hoofle:


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Re: My Gl 1500 Trike Build

Postby Deep Diver » Thu Jul 27, 2017 7:54 pm

miniondave wrote:
lepchaun wrote:if u get up my way the kettle will b on :thumbsup:


You need to bring your own tea bag though. :hoofle: :hoofle: :hoofle:

Plus ear muffs.


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Re: My Gl 1500 Trike Build

Postby jinjachin » Thu Jul 27, 2017 10:21 pm

And a very long attention span :thumbsup:


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Re: My Gl 1500 Trike Build

Postby lepchaun » Fri Jul 28, 2017 4:53 am

somethings u just have to put up with terry like minion jinj and dd life is hard :hoofle: :hoofle: :hoofle:


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Re: My Gl 1500 Trike Build

Postby lepchaun » Sat Sep 09, 2017 11:59 am

terry im thinking of changing mine to a 3seater making a bench seat to fit 2 people so im thinking if i take the pannier rack off i should b able to bolt a bench frame to where the pannier rack bolts to the frame then 2 shocks down to the axel il change the orignal seat for a single
i wont b starting till end of october so when i strip it down il start a tread on it so any advice will b appreciated :respek:


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Re: My Gl 1500 Trike Build

Postby miniondave » Sat Sep 09, 2017 1:27 pm



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Re: My Gl 1500 Trike Build

Postby lepchaun » Sat Sep 09, 2017 3:08 pm

miniondave wrote:What's up with this one?
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2000-Honda-Go ... Sw0DlZpgci


handy for the garden patio for afternoon T i suppose as its allready got a sun canopy but not much good for going down the motorway at 70 plus mph :hoofle: :hoofle: :hoofle:


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Re: My Gl 1500 Trike Build

Postby terryt » Sun Oct 01, 2017 6:11 pm

lepchaun wrote:terry im thinking of changing mine to a 3seater making a bench seat to fit 2 people so im thinking if i take the pannier rack off i should b able to bolt a bench frame to where the pannier rack bolts to the frame then 2 shocks down to the axel il change the orignal seat for a single
i wont b starting till end of october so when i strip it down il start a tread on it so any advice will b appreciated :respek:

Hi Lep sorry for the late reply only just seen this. not sure how this will work if you remove the pannier rack for the bench seat frame it will be sitting over the wheels. and at the same height as it is know.
Any reasons for this apart from carrying to passenger plus you may have to go through dvla s it a number of seat changes.
I will have a think


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Re: My Gl 1500 Trike Build

Postby lepchaun » Mon Oct 02, 2017 4:42 am

il keep it inbetween the wheels plus it will give more room for the shocks to move as iv only got 2" and any big pot holes it bangs out on the pannier rack and hurts the wifes back


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