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yes, quite cool!

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I just Don't think She was ment to be tied down like that. She needs to run free..lol It is kinda cool
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Damn! The sidecar is bigger than the bike itself. I wonder if it's now a KawaUral or a UralVersys?

Makes me think it's similar to hooking a utility trailer to a Ferrari. Well, maybe not quite that, but the idea is similar.

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I just wonder if its the dude that was going to do that on this forum. He talked about it on some thread. Not my cup of tea!





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Like Nancy Kerrigan said after her attack, "whyyyyyy, whyyyyyy?.
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I wanted a sidecar.... But not for my V

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If you could get it for the starting bid, it seems like a good deal on a hack rig.

Not for me, but if I needed to ride on icy roads it might be. After winter has ended probably isn't the best time to sell it...
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I just wonder if its the dude that was going to do that on this forum. He talked about it on some thread. Not my cup of tea!
Agreed, I seem to remember reading that too. Did you guys check the mileage? 31,000. He has to have been on here, and if not, what a bunch of information he has missed in those 4 yrs. Cool sidecar, on a Vintage BMW or Triumph. NOT on the Versys, looks like a trailer on a Lexus.

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I just wonder if its the dude that was going to do that on this forum. He talked about it on some thread. Not my cup of tea!
It wasn't me, but he does have a thread on ADVrider.

http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=531759


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Had I known this was coming up for sale I may have held off on the Ural, but there are trade offs with each one.


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Apparently he's having a hard time selling it...(he should take it apart and sell separately)
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Kawas...0262bd1f#v4-40
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Again if I hadn't bough the Ural I would be making a trip to pick this up.


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Makes me think it's similar to hooking a utility trailer to a Ferrari. Well, maybe not quite that, but the idea is similar.
You aren't comparing our sweet bikes to a cage are you????

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Depending on where you live, I'm almost thinking the V would be underpowered for this setup

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