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Old 01-01-2011, 07:42 PM   #1
cleatusj OP
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Location: Granbury, TX
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dirt floor build

My '76 Convert has acquired a attachment that I'll be able to load my wife in her wheel chair and take a ride. It's a long way from being finished but I was able to take the first test ride today. I found that the goose needs shocks with stiffer springs on the rear and a change in the front forks but it can be ridden.

I built a sub frame that attaches to the front motor and center stand mounts.

Here are pics after first ride.

I'm thinking of building my own leading link forks if I can find the right tubing.

Thanks to all the builds here I was lead to build my first hack and am looking forward to going the rest of the way.
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