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    Recumbent trike



    Anyone know where to get free or low cost plans to build a two wheel up fron and one back recumbent trike? I have the style I want to build but looking for a little help to get started.

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    I can help you but it depends a lot on what your shop capabilities are. If you can weld and have a hand grinder then no problem. I've been building tadpole trikes for about 10 years now. check my website as packrat workshop index and you will see a number of different trike builds and ideas.

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    Hey Lee,

    Cool site. Please feel free to link directly to it from your forum signature.

    As a site-owner, you should also join us for discussions, tips, and light refreshments (OK, just the first two) in our Blogger's Corner subforum.

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    Ken, where is the info on how to do that? The forum sig. I can't seem to find it for some reason. Probably not looking in the right spot.

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    Lee,

    See here: Forum Sig Info

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    Hi Lee ... Thanks for sharing. nice site.
    The man who transmits to others their knowledge leaves its mark on history.



    Sorry my mistakes in english.
    to share your tip >>> http://www.homemadetools.net/forum/tool-tips-tricks/ <<<

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    Best place on the internet, AtomicZombie - DIY Recumbent Bike, Trike, and Chopper Plans. He sells plans at a good price, many different types of recumbents. Also a terrific forum community full of helpful experienced folks, (like here).
    Cheers


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