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Offline unclemeat

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Sidecar width
« on: 08.01. 2009 08:54 »
ALSO, IF ANYONE HAS A SIDECAR ON THEIR A10, COULD YOU GIVE ME A ROUGH WIDTH OF THE BIKE AND CAR (JUST TYRE FOOTPRINT WIDTH, HANDLEBARS NOT INCLUDED). THANKS
BSA A10 GOLDEN FLASH 1954
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Re: Sidecar width
« Reply #1 on: 09.01. 2009 20:45 »
Depends on the sidecar, doesn't it?
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Re: Sidecar width
« Reply #2 on: 12.01. 2009 20:28 »
Yes it does really !! Only needed a rough guide but you're right, there could be a vast difference so bit of a stupid question !  *doh*
BSA A10 GOLDEN FLASH 1954
CHANG JIANG COMBO 1968
TRIUMPH THRUXTON 2007

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Re: Sidecar width
« Reply #3 on: 13.01. 2009 04:48 »
Your GF looks great! Can you post a fuller picture?
David
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Re: Sidecar width
« Reply #4 on: 13.01. 2009 12:50 »
David, go to Bikes & Pictures, then click on "Started By..", go to page 7 you'll see my picture posts under unclemeat.
BSA A10 GOLDEN FLASH 1954
CHANG JIANG COMBO 1968
TRIUMPH THRUXTON 2007