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Old 09-17-06, 07:10 PM   #1
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Three wheeler conversion

A couple of years ago there was a Raleigh Super Course on eBay that had been converted to a three wheeler using a kit that was made in England. The seller posted a link to an English three wheeler site. They used to race those things! I just bought a Fuji mixte frameset and I want to build a three wheeler for my mother. Can anybody help me find one of those kits?
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A couple of years ago there was a Raleigh Super Course on eBay that had been converted to a three wheeler using a kit that was made in England. The seller posted a link to an English three wheeler site. They used to race those things! I just bought a Fuji mixte frameset and I want to build a three wheeler for my mother. Can anybody help me find one of those kits?
Most shops that deal in used bicycles might have a used, bolt-on trike rear axle adapter on hand. Anywhere from $15-45.

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