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Old 01-07-12, 01:26 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me what kind of tricycle this is or it's time when it was made since there is nothing that tells me what kind of trike this is.
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Old 01-07-12, 02:58 PM   #2
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Can anyone tell me what kind of tricycle this is or it's time when it was made since there is nothing that tells me what kind of trike this is.
Need pics. Your link is hidden.
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I copied and pasted the pic link and it took me to my yahoo email account.
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Can anyone tell me what kind of tricycle this is or it's time when it was made since there is nothing that tells me what kind of trike this is.
It's either a Vampire or a Stealth. Neither show up on ordinary photography.
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I copied and pasted the pic link and it took me to my yahoo email account.
Tried the same thing and didn't even get that far. My Dragon browser showed an error string that did include the fact that the link leads to a ymail, so there is the problem. Fairly sure that posting a pic/image as an image directly from your e-mail account won't work. Try attaching the file instead. Or upload the pic from your hard drive to the BF servers.
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Can anyone tell me what kind of tricycle this is ...
2 'kinds': delta and tadpole. tadpole steers with 2 wheels in front, drives 1 rear.
delta steers with the single front wheel, drives 1
[occasionally a differential is part of the design], then, or 2.
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Recumbent tadpole

Recumbent delta

Industrial/Recreational/Cruiser safety bike
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Don't forget the racing tricycles that are more common in the UK.

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And don't forget the Kid's Tricycle (for which you'll find about as much info in the "antiques" forums as you will in bicycling forums.)
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It's a Huffy!

...That's my best guess...

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It's a Huffy!

...That's my best guess...

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At the other end of the spectrum, maybe it's a Vector:

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Sorry about the image... hopefully this will resolve the problem
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What type, age, or company is this tricycle from? (re-post)

I had bought a trike that i'm trying to fix. Problem is that this trike is a mystery for me since i have no knowledge on this kind of trike. So if anyone has any kind of information, please reply. Here are some images of my trike,I think its original color is blue?If the link doesn't show up, then I will try to fix it. http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...tures4003.jpg/http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...tures4010.jpg/
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Old 01-15-12, 04:38 PM   #15
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Sorry about the image... hopefully this will resolve the problem
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That's a very, very basic/cheap Huffy/Murray/Sears adult trike, made in the '70's or '80's. Nothing to write home about.
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