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dazbezza

1995 yamaha xj900 diversion into a trike

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hi all

i have a xj900 diversion which i am looking to make into a trike .


i have the old trike swing arm & axle assembly off my old xj650 trike but was wondering if to keep it as a mono shock like on the xj900 or try & find a way to attach the dual shock .

anybody have any ideas which is best .

thank you all

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no clue, but joe is a trike guy on here.

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Don't kno what a xj900 or a xj650 is, but if ya can post some pics I'll try to help ya out

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1st pic is of my yamaha xj650 before i started to trike it 

2nd pic is of the back end i made to trike it 

3rd pic is of a yamaha xj900 diversion which is like mine

received_1053674817985101.jpegreceived_10154205408718563.jpegxj900 diversion.jpg

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looks good whats the rear end from?

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Nice swing arm, Yep I'd go with the dual shocks, ya got plenty of room...

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its a reliant A type axle & i've made the rear swing arm out of the old swing arm from bike using the pivot from the old bike swing arm & some steel box section

 

 

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