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Posted 3/18/2009 12:18:14 AM
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does the trigg kit attach with a belly pan like the voyager kit does?    which of these three kits would you guys choose? pros and cons are welcome. thanks, mhammer

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Posted 3/18/2009 2:42:17 PM
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I tried the voyager but since it mounts under the frame it kept hitting the ground but  i liked the idea of trike conversions- at the motorcycle show i met the people from tow- pac and it impressed me because it has suspension and mounts along the frame-I am happy with and i'd recommend it as a way to go-the only thing i have found that i don't care for is if you have a flat tire or want to remove the wheel for cleaning you have to remove the fender-yea it ain't a big deal but you would think they would redo the fender so it had clearance to come off-it does take a little to get used to riding a trike but the more you ride the easier it gets-rich

(if you want i can send you a pic of tow-pac on my 1100cc yamaha)

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Posted 4/29/2009 1:04:23 PM
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Hello I am a dealer for Trigg Trikes. I would recommend ours of course. But if you go to my web site you can read the difference from mine to the other trike kits. http://www.trikesforless.org

Call me if you want to. 580-399-5690

Trikes For Less
Tom Brooks
824 S Oliphant
Holdenville, Oklahoma 74848

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Posted 5/7/2009 7:27:40 PM
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I just installed a Tow-Pac kit. What a waste of money,, There is less than 1000 dollars of materials in this thing. VERY poorly designed, It is Junk Buyer Beware. They could put some of their profit back in t and a a good product.

It leans to the right so much my Girlfriend say she is falling off, Every bold with red loctite have vibrated off at 100 miles.  The fender rattle so much it sounds like a Model T ford on a gravel road

I tried to save a buck for this piece of crap, they will not respond to my calls, RIP Off Tow-Pac should be their LOGO

BUYERS BEWARE

Harley Guy07

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Posted 5/13/2009 7:37:12 PM
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Tow_ Pac Is a piece of junk. It is dangerous, The materials are as cheap as they can by with. I have replaced all the bolts they send within 100miles. JUNK. It shacks so bad the rest of my Harley is falling off. Junk... Within 10 days I asked for a refund,,,, Their response is it has been installed NO REFUND... Did I say JUNK. BUYER BEWARE... The positive reviews are being written by TOW_PAC... I have retained an Attorney, This is one Biker They are not going to rip off.......... They will not even discuss refund you are stuck with this crap......... There is less than $500 in materials in this kit ..... Anyone wanting to join a Class Action Suit contact me...gateguy@texassecuritygates.com

Did I say it Leans so bad to the right side I feel I am going to turn over.

Oh yes I have been riding Harley's since 1968 so I have a little experience

Harley Guy07

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Posted 6/7/2009 1:25:13 PM
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Tow-Pac  Buyer beware...This is a junk product... The company is a Sham... It Leans 25 degrees, shakes, can not turn the dam thing. You have to work  on it daily Ahter 200 miles they would not even talk to me... Danger, Stay away   a wate of money... There is not 1000$ in this pile of junk

Mark Robinson

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Posted 8/24/2009 4:01:16 AM
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I don,t understand why this fellow would be bashing the tow-pac trike kit which i have on my 1100 yamaha-i have put over 3k miles on it and have not had any trouble or bolts loosening-MAYBE just maybe he installed the kit himself and didn't locktight the bolts or MAYBE because a harley vibrates more than most -maybe harley motorcycles need rubber mounts similar to the engine so vibration won,t loosen bolts-like any other trike kit it takes some practice to learn its different feelings but once you get used to it you'll be happy with it---Rich
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Posted 10/18/2011 12:51:59 PM
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I really don't mean to be rude, but has this become the advertising thread?
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Fixed it.

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Posted 10/18/2011 10:31:25 PM
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torqueman (10/18/2011)
Fixed it.


Thank you.
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