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Re:The New Kaidallac Trike
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Re:The New Kaidallac Trike 7 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
So Kai what do you think of the handling on the voyager trike kit??
 
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Re:The New Kaidallac Trike 7 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
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So Kai what do you think of the handling on the voyager trike kit??

It will take some practice and getting use to.
 
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That looks great! How hard was it, and how much did it cost? if you don't mind me asking, been thinking about doing the same to mine.

LBundy, My Voyager kit included the Custom Package with reverse. So about 6K did it for me.
 
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Man, that looks Nice!! Any info you could post about the product and install would be great?

Nocolorbrother, Its called the Voyager Trike Kit. Mine is the Custom version and also has the reverse kit installed. Installation is easy. Just follow the instructions. And if you have a doubt, you can speak with Frank at Voyager. I figured, if I could do it...anyone with a little mechanical aptitude can. Hope that answers your questions.
 
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I like the looks, did it come in one BIG box, or was it something you had to pick up?
 
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I like the looks, did it come in one BIG box, or was it something you had to pick up?


It came in 0ne Big Box. Voyager sits in a 66” x 66” x 28” box. Trailer I borrowed was only 58 inches wide. So I had to take it out of the crate and strap her down to get it home. Or you can have it delivered to your home. Had it delivered to a transfer station because I had the use of a trailer. Oh well live and learn.
 
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Re:The New Kaidallac Trike 7 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
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I like the looks, did it come in one BIG box, or was it something you had to pick up?


It came in 0ne Big Box. 65 X 65 X 36. Trailer I borrowed was only 58 inches wide. So I had to take it out of the crate and strap her down to get it home. Or you can have it delivered to your home. Had it delivered to a transfer station because I had the use of a trailer. Oh well live and learn.



Talk about a BIG BOX! =)
 
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