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Mangizmo
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PostPosted: 06:07 - 29 Apr 2018    Post subject: Been shopping for a new wheelbarrow on my bike Reply with quote

[img]https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4399/36688012506_efccdf95d7.jpgwheel1 by Mangizmo Brean, on Flickr[/img]
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PostPosted: 12:11 - 29 Apr 2018    Post subject: Re: Been shopping for a new wheelbarrow on my bike Reply with quote

Mangizmo wrote:

Well thatís different! Iím not really a fan of sidecars, but that looks groovy Thumbs Up
More pics needed. Smile
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PostPosted: 12:28 - 29 Apr 2018    Post subject: Reply with quote

So you've managed to combine the exposure to the weather of the motorcycle, the lack of manoeuvrability of a
wheelie bin, the aerodynamics of a broken bedframe and the lack of load space of a Mazda MX5?

You're quite clearly mental. But you like dogs so you're alright with me. Laughing Nice work. Thumbs Up
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PostPosted: 13:17 - 29 Apr 2018    Post subject: Reply with quote

grr666 wrote:
So you've managed to combine the exposure to the weather of the motorcycle, the lack of manoeuvrability of a
wheelie bin, the aerodynamics of a broken bedframe and the lack of load space of a Mazda MX5?

You're quite clearly mental. But you like dogs so you're alright with me. Laughing Nice work. Thumbs Up


Yee haw Smile I agree, an outfit like this makes no sense at all, you get stuck in traffic and get wet too, a Fiat Panda makes far more sense, but I love it Smile and it even has the reverse gear party trick Smile
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PostPosted: 13:21 - 29 Apr 2018    Post subject: Re: Been shopping for a new wheelbarrow on my bike Reply with quote

pepperami wrote:
Mangizmo wrote:

Well thatís different! Iím not really a fan of sidecars, but that looks groovy Thumbs Up
More pics needed. Smile

Here you go Smile
[img]https://farm1.staticflickr.com/774/32419801724_12bf4e1717.jpgcombo by Mangizmo Brean, on Flickr
[/img]https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4095/35743457005_72ec30ddc0.jpgcher7 by Mangizmo Brean, on Flickr
[img]https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4567/24730470688_17f3e8dc9c.jpgural by Mangizmo Brean, on Flickr[/img]
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PostPosted: 13:26 - 29 Apr 2018    Post subject: Re: Been shopping for a new wheelbarrow on my bike Reply with quote

pepperami wrote:
Mangizmo wrote:

Well thatís different! Iím not really a fan of sidecars, but that looks groovy Thumbs Up
More pics needed. Smile


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4 forward gears, 1 reverse, German Herzog gearbox
Shaft final drive
Brembo front disk brake
Mechanically Linked sidecar and rear wheel braking
Made In Irbit Russia
750W Nippon Denso alternator (same as Toyota Hilux)
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PostPosted: 18:19 - 29 Apr 2018    Post subject: Reply with quote

Did you buy the bike just to get the wheelbarrow? Smile
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PostPosted: 10:58 - 30 Apr 2018    Post subject: Reply with quote

grr666 wrote:
So you've managed to combine the exposure to the weather of the motorcycle, the lack of manoeuvrability of a
wheelie bin, the aerodynamics of a broken bedframe and the lack of load space of a Mazda MX5?


I larffed Laughing Thumbs Up
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PostPosted: 11:04 - 30 Apr 2018    Post subject: Reply with quote

Are Urals easy to work on?
What about Spares?
Where on Earth do you get Spares for a sidecar Shocked ?
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PostPosted: 11:13 - 30 Apr 2018    Post subject: Reply with quote

JAMSXR wrote:
Did you buy the bike just to get the wheelbarrow? Smile


I reckon the wheelbarrow was a free gift .
One with every combo sold Laughing

I donít know why Iím laughing, I couldnít carry a wheelbarrow on my bike.
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PostPosted: 07:42 - 13 Jul 2018    Post subject: Reply with quote

pepperami wrote:
Are Urals easy to work on?
What about Spares?
Where on Earth do you get Spares for a sidecar Shocked ?


Hubert rode a Ural and sidecar round the world, up and down for years.

Somewhere on his site are pics from where he visited the factory to get some work done. http://www.thetimelessride.com/US/LC/Newtothesite.html
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PostPosted: 07:46 - 13 Jul 2018    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's the direct link to the factory photos: http://www.thetimelessride.com/US/Eurasia/Russia/Russia.319.htm

Just keep clicking.
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