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Old 07-28-09, 04:07 PM   #1
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Quick question....

The sun EZ sx tadpole there only 1 model and 1 frame size for the trike? I tried a quick search and it appears so. Maybe its called the sun ez 3 sx tadpole..not sure. Also would anyone advise getting this as a first trike...used of course.
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Old 07-28-09, 04:25 PM   #2
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I'd advise you that next time you be a bit more specific in your title. "Quick Question" doesn't exactly give the forum reader any idea of what you are asking about by looking at the title.

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Old 07-29-09, 02:31 PM   #3
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Quick answer is think heavy, durable.
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I've got an EZ-Tad SX; it's definitely heavy. With fenders, lights, mirrors, rack and an admittedly overpacked rack bag, it tips the scales at just shy of 75 lbs. As far as durability's concerned, I've got a little over 1300 miles on mine so far; all I've had to replace are the tires and tubes. I'd definitely upgrade the tires to 100 psi tires; the new 100 psi Kwests are noticeably faster the 60 psi Kwests it came with. There's only one size, but the seat and boom can both be adjusted, so there's a wide range of sizes it can fit.
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