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If you have the cash they make wheels for car tires for sidecar rigs. I have a squared off Avon on the front, the back is the hardest touring tire for wear, sidecar wheel is off a Civic, hub and all.If you want to make it a dedicated rig you can lace a rim on your hub moved over to the left, there is lots of room. The wheel will no longer be in the middle of the swingarm but will go down the road fine.There's no cheap alternative that is safe.The guy that made my sidecar also rode some Guzzi's and was going to put a splined hub on a stamped steel VW Bug rim, cheapest fix yet if you know a machinist.
I don't quite understand "hub moved over to left" ....please explainTim
Chris Collins is ccoli. Very knowledgeable and a good guy.
toolittletime Chris and Judi go long distance with their hack. If you're not planning on doing that then you might be okay just running the stock wheels and finding cheapie tires for the rear. Chris did spend money and time setting up his hack. Nice job too. I run Cheng Shen tires that I got from JB in Ill. I'm running stock sizes and I only stay local with my hack.
Great info here... thanks to those contributing.I had considered going to the Dark Side for the EV Hack but became dizzy with all the options at the time so I just bought another ME880. In my research however, I discovered the Austone Taxi tire. The size in only in 175R 16" diameter so that would require a new rim so I figured Buchannan's could help there.The Trike Wheels that Charlie provided links for look to be a great alternative, even though one requires an exchange plus they are a bit spendy. Now that I have the time to do this project I may look at the conversion again. Best,Rob
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