Has anyone here installed the Utah Trikes Zoomer handlebar modification on their Cruiser?
1. What was the result? Did it work as you hoped?
2. Was the resulting height of the horizontal portion of the new handlebar sufficient so as to not interfere with turning and/or to keep your hands hitting the tires? (what size tires were you using - what worked and what didn't?)
3. Tried it with front fenders?
4. Any regrets? Installed and removed or still installed? Would you do it over again?
Reason for asking: Dad REALLY likes the Rover/Rambler/Zoomer's "horizontal" hand position on the handlebars but the Cruiser's handlebar hand position is 90 degrees off from that. Also, when riding the Cruiser, he drags his thumb against on his pants leg, something the higher hand position on the Rover precludes. If the Zoomer handlebar mod works on a Cruiser, it saves us from having to sell BOTH the Rover and Cruiser in order to buy a 24/27 speed Rambler or used Zoomer - along with the associated "wait" for the new trike and the hassle of THREE sales instead of just 1.
TT Cruiser (me)
TT Rover (Dad)