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    Flying the Chair

    finally got the sidecar fitted - here is a quick walk round video :


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    That looks really cool! the sidecar really fits the meanie.

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    I love the look & the way you built in a fuel can holder, but not a fan of flat paint in general.
    It seems odd to have the sidecar on the left as over here they are on the right.
    Regardless, it get's two thumbs up from me

    And two paw's up from Malcolm.
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    Nice job!

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    having the sidecar on the left is far more civilised when the hot and noisy pipes are on the right - also makes it a lot easier to mount not having to get around the exhaust

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ponkster45 View Post
    having the sidecar on the left is far more civilised when the hot and noisy pipes are on the right - also makes it a lot easier to mount not having to get around the exhaust
    I agree with that, however here in Canada (and North America) we drive on the right side of the road - which would put the sidecar and occupants closer to the center line and opposing traffic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obo View Post
    I love the look & the way you built in a fuel can holder, but not a fan of flat paint in general.
    It seems odd to have the sidecar on the left as over here they are on the right.
    Regardless, it get's two thumbs up from me

    And two paw's up from Malcolm.
    I agree that it needs some matte clear coat. Looks like it is from Road Warrior.
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