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Woodysrods Brian Woods
Westbank B.C., Canada   CAN
Your CK should fit in the back of your PU, with the rear wheels sitting on the tailgate.
I used to haul my full sized Model T Touring inn tieback of my PU.
Weighed considerably more than a CK.
Have fun at the event!
Brian

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Bow Reverend Bow
Yuma, AZ, USA   USA
1929 Morgan 3 Wheeler "BME RIP Special"
In reply to # 29763 by Woodysrods Your CK should fit in the back of your PU, with the rear wheels sitting on the tailgate.
I used to haul my full sized Model T Touring inn tieback of my PU.
Weighed considerably more than a CK.
Have fun at the event!
Brian

I was measuring this evening, the distance between the wheel wells is like 41.75" and I have a bed mounted toolbox. I might pickup some lumber and make a lift to make the deck even with the wheel wells, and an extension to let me roll it in nose first with rear wheels slightly behind the tailgate....so I don't have to take the tail cone off for transport... It just doesn't look as cool with out the ripper on the back!



Bow

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Bow Reverend Bow
Yuma, AZ, USA   USA
1929 Morgan 3 Wheeler "BME RIP Special"
Don't ya just hate it?

You go out for a cruise in your ride, pull into a parking lot, and the next thing you know, your CycleKart is a prop in a fashion shoot....

That's OK though, it's my boy Luca! I started it up and took him for a ride down the street too... I think he was digging it.



Bow

Cut it with and Axe, Beat it to Fit, Paint it to Match



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Denny Graham Silver Member Dennis Graham
Sandwich, IL, USA   USA
1950 Chevrolet 3600 "Old Blue"
1954 Chevrolet 3600
Who did your upholstery Bow? I really sets it off and makes it look quite professionally done.
A buddy stopped over yesterday knowing I was into collecting old Singers at one time.
He wants to do all of the upholstery himself for the '38 Chevy Sedan street rod he is building.
He just landed a nice Singer 312 double needle machine with the factory table and all the
goodies that go with it. Apparently the guy he got it from made canvas items and was retiring.
Dang it....what made me sick was he only gave $200 for it.
I've been wanting to try my hand at upholstery for many decades. Done a few light
gauge leather chairs for the shop in the past but it was about all our Husqvarna/Viking
could muster to sew two pieces of it together. I had my Pitts biplane for 25 years and that
was the one thing that I never got finished in it. I flew it for 500 hours with a chunk of bare
foam and a seat pack chute for a cushion.
Denny Graham
Sandwich, IL

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Bow Reverend Bow
Yuma, AZ, USA   USA
1929 Morgan 3 Wheeler "BME RIP Special"
Denny,

That is the only thing on this project that a farmed out. I had a local upholstery shop do it. I purchased all the materials and they did the stitching and assembly.



Bow

Cut it with and Axe, Beat it to Fit, Paint it to Match

Woodysrods Brian Woods
Westbank B.C., Canada   CAN
Great Job Bow!thumbs up
Hope your back was feeling better, and you enjoyed your test drive today.
Good Roads
Brian

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Bow Reverend Bow
Yuma, AZ, USA   USA
1929 Morgan 3 Wheeler "BME RIP Special"
In reply to # 30096 by Woodysrods Great Job Bow!thumbs up
Hope your back was feeling better, and you enjoyed your test drive today.
Good Roads
Brian


Thanks Brian! I had a down right healthy thrash on the Kart today. I was doing a little off road running on some construction trails around here, and also tearing up the streets they just built for a new subdivision section... no houses under construction... yet.. grinning smiley


My back is doing better, thanks... it doesn't bother me, unless I'm standing and not moving, or trying to sleep! LOL



Bow

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Bow Reverend Bow
Yuma, AZ, USA   USA
1929 Morgan 3 Wheeler "BME RIP Special"
Crusin'.. on a Saturday Afternoon...

I'm guessing my oldest boy Luca approves of this little project....





Bow

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moto-klasika Zoran R. Pualic
Bern, Bern, Switzerland   CHE
Hello, Rev. Bow!
Great Cyclekart and great fun!

Thank you for sharing with us!
Didn't you notice that my spirit was riding with you?

Regards,
Zoran



Zoran R. Pualić
(mostly living in Bern, Swiss & happy in my Belgrade, Serbia)

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Bow Reverend Bow
Yuma, AZ, USA   USA
1929 Morgan 3 Wheeler "BME RIP Special"
In reply to # 30191 by moto-klasika Hello, Rev. Bow!
Great Cyclekart and great fun!

Thank you for sharing with us!
Didn't you notice that my spirit was riding with you?

Regards,
Zoran

Thanks Zoran!

You spirit looks a lot like my Cocker Spaniel.... grinning smiley



Bow

Cut it with and Axe, Beat it to Fit, Paint it to Match

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moto-klasika Zoran R. Pualic
Bern, Bern, Switzerland   CHE
... I do not believe too much teleportation of souls, spirits or ghosts - but, who knows!
There is some similarity! He looks happy as I would be...
Z.



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(mostly living in Bern, Swiss & happy in my Belgrade, Serbia)

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