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Steve_Sixmil
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new accessory for the America
      #645118 - 05/25/15 02:53 PM

I bought a sidecar this weekend, this is my Summer project. Working on finding the right fitments to attach to the America. Can anyone ID this Hack?
As soon as I figure out theUrl I will post the pic
http://s172.photobucket.com

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Edited by Steve_Sixmil (05/30/15 01:07 PM)


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gimpy
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Re: new accessory for the America [Re: Steve_Sixmil]
      #645244 - 05/28/15 01:18 PM

Hacks are a ball once you learn how to drive em, I put one on a t100 2 years ago, gave my America to my kid and haven't been on 2 wheels since. Check out the United sidecar association {USCA] site, lots of good info. Have fun

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The_Dog33
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Re: new accessory for the America [Re: gimpy]
      #645256 - 05/28/15 03:01 PM

I have one for my BMW but it weighs it down too much.

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Re: new accessory for the America [Re: Steve_Sixmil]
      #645345 - 05/30/15 03:27 PM

had a motorvation 2-place on my '96 Trophy..... it was great and put 69K miles on the odometer before selling (have the bike back now after it was wrecked and attempting to make a Trodent)
Hacks are great , especially with kids and dogs !


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Steve_Sixmil
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Re: new accessory for the America [Re: Steve_Sixmil]
      #646097 - 06/14/15 03:31 PM

Try this photo post thing again [image]http://[/image]

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Steve_Sixmil
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Re: new accessory for the America [Re: Steve_Sixmil]
      #646098 - 06/14/15 03:34 PM

Can anyone ID this rig? Any suggestions on modifying brackets that came from a sportster to make them fit a Triumph America?

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Steve_Sixmil
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Re: new accessory for the America [Re: Steve_Sixmil]
      #657475 - 04/08/16 12:20 PM

Motorvation Engineering in Iowa ID'd the Hack as a HitchHiker model. The HitchHiker company went out of business but Motorvation can still fabricate parts to fit all kinds of bikes.
The Sidecar is still in storage, Lifes challenges got in the way of finishing this project.
I changed jobs Moved to Ohio and started collecting my Military retirement. Turned 60 years young in November.
Hope to have the sidecar and the America on the road this month.

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Re: new accessory for the America [Re: Steve_Sixmil]
      #657498 - 04/09/16 06:20 PM

Quote:

Motorvation Engineering in Iowa ID'd the Hack as a HitchHiker model. The HitchHiker company went out of business but Motorvation can still fabricate parts to fit all kinds of bikes.
The Sidecar is still in storage, Lifes challenges got in the way of finishing this project.
I changed jobs Moved to Ohio and started collecting my Military retirement. Turned 60 years young in November.
Hope to have the sidecar and the America on the road this month.



Looking forward to seeing the final product.

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