Harley Sportster Trike Conversion Kits

Sportster-TrikesWhy would you want to turn a Sportster into a trike? Because you own one, loves it, getting older? and would enjoy all the benefits that having a third wheel can provide…

Paughco is offering Sportster trike conversion kits that have been packaged so that they can be assembled in one shot or in stages with all pieces working seamlessly together and at an affordable cost.

Mix and match swingarms and axle assemblies to cover all 1986-up Sportster models whether fitted with chain or belt final drive.

Features include:

• New, US-made Paughco axle assemblies
• Use of wheels with GM/Chevy 5 x 4.75″ bolt pattern (sold separately)
• No cutting of your frame is required
• Posi-traction non-slip differential assembly
• Mount easily to existing swingarm and shock locations
• Gloss black powder coated axle assemblies and raw steel swingarm
• Axle assemblies include brake calipers and rotors

For complete details, pricing and ordering information call 775-246-5738 or visit Paughco

6 Responses to “Harley Sportster Trike Conversion Kits”

  1. 1 LenNY Sinnet Mar 1st, 2013 at 10:00 am

    This was the most exciting product at the Easyrider V-twin show in Cinci. Paughco has truly done a great job on these . This is a easy build with huge numbers of Sportster’s out there this will surely be a winner.

    LenNY Sinnet

  2. 2 CafeSportyTC Mar 1st, 2013 at 10:01 am

    I know that silver trike…….

  3. 3 FXDX805 Mar 1st, 2013 at 10:58 am

    Looks pretty cool. Is the motor powerful enough to make it really fun?

  4. 4 LenNY Sinnet Mar 1st, 2013 at 11:05 am

    They also have a box for the rear Very nice package.
    LenNY Sinnet

  5. 5 CafeSportyTC Mar 1st, 2013 at 11:18 am

    the one I have ridden has plenty of omph to make it a fun ride. not neck snapping power but plenty of it. but then again , it was a 883

  6. 6 Woody Mar 1st, 2013 at 9:29 pm

    Nice! I like the top one’s lines, it looks good as is and the right trunk can easily be imagined also. Sportys have plenty of power for this, and a tweaked 1200 with that rear wheel contact area would surprise a LOT of people when it launches. If it’s going to be more for local riding a slightly lower rear end ratio would make it a great stoplight/stoplight toy.

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