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  • The maiden name thing is used by some sites as a confirmation item if you lose your password, etc.  I can't remember which security question(s) I've chosen for various sites, so I just use "Fargo" as a standard answer.  First pets name, high school …
  • Here is Alicia's link that didn't come out quite right in here post, at least not on my screen. That looks like simple solution to carrying a trike. I'll be looking for a carrier, mayge a used on on Craigslist. http://s1032.photobucket.com/albu…
  • LydiaR: If this modification doesn't change the turning radius, what does it do? What's it good for? Thanks
  • You should inquire at UtahTrikes.com. They have/had a steering modification for the Tour that decreased the turning radius greatly. Good Luck ...
  • I'm not a stroke victim, but I ran across one on a ride the other day. He was going up a hill outside of E. Mesa, AZ, called Bush Hwy riding a Rover. Had a bit of problem with right hand, so reached across to shift, sometimes. Also, had both brak…
  • The online coupon prints ok for me. Also, at that site, is a coupon for a free flashlight. I've gotten a couple of these and they are pretty nice. Small, led light, would fit in your bike bag as a spare headlight maybe. Much better light than …
  • For those of you who have Harbor Freight stores in your area, there have been a number of sale flyers in the newspaper and mail from them lately. Many of them have a 20% off of any one item coupon at the top of the first page. I've seen the 1/4"…
  • The specs say the Rover is 33" wide. I believe the ADA requirement for doors is 36" so unless your workplace is unusual you should be able to roll on in. My wife's Tour is 34" and she makes it through narrow gates on our bike canal path ok, if n…
  • I think they will. You'd be better served to pose the question directly to TerraTrike, using the CONTACT button at the top of the pages. You'll get a faster response. They don't seem to check this board quite as often as you might think. Good…
  • I don't know for sure if you can swap out the chain ring, but would assume so. The 'gear inch page' :
  • I'm looking at a Harbor Freight ad that shows a 3 pack of folding star bit, metric and SAE hex bits (allen) for $6.99. The folding metric allen set I have covers all the sizes I need for my wife's Tour. The folder can work if you carry tools wi…
  • Where is this Path 8 located? Is this the same Path 8 with all the drive train problems you've been reporting online?
  • I made the do-it-yourself stand shown by Utah Trikes. Cut all the pieces, did a dry fit to make sure it would work with my trike. Glued it up, EXCEPT, I left the three lower vertical legs unglued. It is just as sturdy, yet can pull apart to make …
  • To correct my prior post, it's the rear wheel (single) that fits between the front seats. thx
  • I just checked the Smart Tube website, slime.com. They don't list a 20" tube with Presta valve stem. The smallest presta tube shown is 26". They do have a variety of 20" tubes w/Schrader valve stem. I think I'll look for what is or was calle…
  • We were able to carry my wife's (new to her) Tour in our Honda Element intact. With the back seats both folded up, it rolls in right between those seats with about 1/4 inch to spare. The front wheel rests between the front seats on the console. …