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    My daughter and I with my 3rd hack. A 2012 Ural Tourist

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    MY rig 1998 R1200C homade sidecar & fuel tank.

    Home made sidecar an fuel tank
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    04 R1150RT with Campion Escort

    I have had this bike since 2008 but just installed the car last month.
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    Very cool rig dbear1 ... Do you have more views and a build description?

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    Where is everybody? Nothing since April. Must be out riding.

    I just found this part of the forum. As the newly elected president of the USCA, and recovering from hosting the 37th annual rally- The Monumental Rally - in the Black Hills of South Dakota, I found all the pictures exciting. Check out what is available on the http://sidecar.com website. There are a plethora of cool pics and more to come. And - oh yes - you can join the United Sidecar Assn. on that website - a shameless commercial.

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    Keep on coming back, more sidecar info is cool
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    very nice dbear1

    do you have more pics?

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    Enjoying the ride, but always on the alert for a rally.......

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    1963 Dnepr with 2006 Ural engine and drive train. Lots of things to change, but winter is coming.
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    Yes, the TAXI sign is illuminated, when desired.

    1952 Ural chair, K-Mart boat seat, '68 VW Beetle tail light, Ural Retro headlight, Cagiva Alazurra wheel, lawn tractor battery in trunk.

    1960 R69 frame, /2 fenders, Lester wheels, QSL 1000 Mile Solo Seats, R100/7 motor, R50/5 rear end, R65 driveshaft, R75/5: headlight, gas tank, transmission, electrics, lights, wiring, exhaust system. Plus many hand-fabricated bits and pieces to get it all to work together and play nicely. LED headlight, tail light and turn signal lamps. HID headlight lamp.
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    . TAXI!

    nice work
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    Wish I had your Earles, and those saddles. What brand are they?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lmo1131 View Post
    1963 Dnepr with 2006 Ural engine and drive train. Lots of things to change, but winter is coming.
    From the looks of the foliage in the background winter should not be a big concern.

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    From the looks of the foliage in the background winter should not be a big concern.
    Winter is always a concern here, sometimes it can get all the way down to 32F, for a few hours right before dawn...

    BTW, it's colder here this morning (52F) than it is in NYC (62F)! Time to zip in my thermo-liner!!!
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