Lets see your custom 3 Wheelers


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JRE

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Sep 8, 2008
884
567
Milwaukie, Oregon
#1
I'm getting ready to build a 3 wheeler for my Wifes cousins Boy. He's got some disabilities that keep him from riding on 2 wheels. He's been coming over and helping me with my Prewar bike builds and showing allot of interest in bikes. I found this 1950 Murry at a Car swap and have a trike kit minus the Wheels being given to me as a start. Looking for Ideas for a custom build.

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Mr. Monkeyarms

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Oct 30, 2018
573
1,762
Colorado
#2
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A few pics of the custom trike I built with some parts from a girl's X-53 for the Build Off on ratrodbikes in 2012. Didn't quite finish in time for judging (had to assemble pedals, seat and run cables) It came equipped as a 5 speed. Shifter inside floating tank.;) Not your Granny's cruiser!
 

Brutuskend

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Apr 3, 2011
804
818
Eugene / Springfield Oregon
#4
Coming soon.
The rear end is from a sun atlas heavy duty. It has a band brake and a freewheel. The frame is a 24 inch J C Higgins. You can see where I notched the rear end for the chain stays to seat into the frame of the trike rear end, that will be covered over with a steel plate to keep the chain stays secure. I am probably going to build a stake bed in the back.

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JRE

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Sep 8, 2008
884
567
Milwaukie, Oregon
#5
Nice. This three wheel stuff is all new to me lol. I've got allot to learn. But it will be a fun project.
 
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REC

I live for the CABE
Dec 6, 2006
1,026
1,173
Lake Worth, United States
#6
This one came to be during the time of boredom in the middle of 2015. I had gotten most of the necessary parts together over a couple of years prior. and finally decided to makr it a bit easier to move the parts pile around... in one piece!
I've ridden it around the neighborhood some, and the kids seem to like it. (Maybe I should sell it?)

The best part is not having to balance when stopped.
Here for the ideas that may be used by anyone who cares to.. 26" middleweight fork, 1959 20" girls frame up front, modified Town & Country rear section, 24" balloon rear tires aftermarket basket, lots of fun...
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Good luck with your project!
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