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Old 07-28-2011, 10:56 AM
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Has any one heard of a power steering unit for tri-glides yet. Thanks
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No I havent. But It could be done an elec unit. Like they have on the ATV's. Built into the damper unit. Some body will make one. Some day.
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I know a few old guys with bad sholders. Necks and upper back problems. Have a hard time stearing the trike.
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I know a few old guys with bad sholders. Necks and upper back problems. Have a hard time stearing the trike.
Throw in 2 heart attacks, open heart surgery, and aortic valve replacement and you just described....ME
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