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    hey Andy, Mike, Kay, and other bikers...

    you all seen this thing yet?



    not cheap ($40k+ I think), and the transfers would be low... but this is pretty darn cool.

    linky: http://www.go-t-rex.com/

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    Unhappy

    Scott

    Look's like it's backwards to me!!! I want a single wheel on the front!
    With a V8 for a power-plant.

    If I can ever even afford a trike

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    Looks like a modified TRON cycle!
    "So I have stayed as I am, without regret, seperated from the normal human condition." Guy Sajer

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    I saw Ja-Rule with one of those on cribs a while back. Looks like a lot of fun

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    would ride the shite out of her.
    would manage the transfers. i dunno where would i stash thechair. however, $40k is too rich for me...
    Last edited by zz; 07-25-2005 at 02:42 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duge
    Scott

    Look's like it's backwards to me!!! I want a single wheel on the front!
    With a V8 for a power-plant.

    If I can ever even afford a trike
    of couirse you know about boss hoss trikes, that just fit your description:
    http://www.bosshoss.com/products.asp....706066.563118

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    hey Duge, you want 1 wheel up front? Try these:

    http://www.carver-europe.com/home.htm

    SCI-compatible? Who knows. They're fun to look at though.

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    Scott

    Now that's better!! you even get to lean. But Hell I'd have to pick up pop bottles the rest of my life!!!

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    Got to sit in a T-Rex at a shop here in Dallas(AB days). It is a cool feeling machine. Does sit real low, in would be easy, out would be a real bear.

    Guy *smoked* the tire pulling out, looked like it handled real well.
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    I can imagine this thing in OD green with an M-60 side mount on the passanger side. A couple of smoke mortars left and right, ballistic glass and a kevlar wrap and it´s off to Aberdeen Proving Grounds.

    It looks like it could be easily modified for snow operations.
    Last edited by Mike C; 07-27-2005 at 08:01 PM.
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