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    Default CB750 Rigid Trike

    Sorry gotta pull this
    Last photo will stay up
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Screen Shot 2016-11-22 at 7.58.03 PM.jpg   Screen Shot 2016-11-22 at 7.58.31 PM.jpg  
    Last edited by BillySlicks; 12-29-2016 at 8:19 PM. Reason: Personal

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    very cool man! what kind of rearend is that? I have a 78 cb750k in my garage that I got for free and was thinking of building a trike with it cause I cant ride 2 wheels anymore. I have a sporty trike that I built this summer its not a full on chop just something to get me back in the wind but I would like to totally chop the CB.

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    Man, that is insane. Excellent work. I have been wanting to tackle building either a sidecar or a trike, this may have swayed me toward a trike. That thing is killer.

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    fucking sweet

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    dude! that is sick! i dig it, but.....that "window" for the chain? i know it's a rigid and has less movement than a swingarm, but still...
    looks like that "window" is on the slop side(bottom) of the chain. not the drive side(top).
    either way you should have about(or at least) a 1/2 inch of deflection(up and down movement).
    so that window should be much larger or it will get chewed up real quick and that could mean a frame failure.
    dont get me wrong. it looks badass, but i think safetywise it should be bigger to account for chain play.

    hey, i could be wrong. i have been before and probably will be again.

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    sick! love the drinking straws!

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