It leans no more. I've spent the last two days converting it to rigid with 3 1/2" more ground clearance. I had to buy a few bolts but every thing else was fabricated with a welder, hand and drill press, plus angle grinder.
I was able to get it out for a short ride that proved it needs more tuning as it does try to shake it head. It is also very lite but when I brought the chair up I was able to keep it flying for a couple blocks. That is something I have not been able to do with the Convert.
I'll get some pic's up when I pull it apart to paint brackets.