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Steps to Building your Motortrike
2009 Honda Gold Wing waiting to be triked. Bikes are secured on lift for triking process to begin.
Back and side view after seat, tour pack and center panel are removed.
Saddle bags are removed next. Back and side view. Mufflers and crash bars are taken off next.
After saddle bags brackets are off. Side and rear view. Rear wheel and axle assembly have been removed.
Beginning trike suspension installation. Ladder bars are installed with heim joints. Rear axel mounts onto heim joints.
Ford rear end assembly, brakes, rotors and calipers installed.
Dual coil cover shock assembly with dual air bags installed. Close up of dual coil over shocks with 5 setting options and air bags. We relocate the reverse module in the Gold Wing inside the rear fender. Shocks sit at a 15% angle to allow for better absorption. Motortrike is the only conversion that does not have standard vertically mounted shocks. Heave duty brake calipers in lower right of picture keep you safe. Pads are 1/2" thick, almost twice the size of pads on cars.
Body has been painted and buffed in our paint department, then installed. Nerf bar bumper mounted. Tail lights that were removed from the original bike and reinstalled in painted body.
Only seats remain to be installed. The completed trike. A work of art. This could be yours!