Yamaha Roadster 650 Motorcycle Trike Conversion Kit

Yamaha Roadster 650 Motorcycle Trike Conversion Kit

  • $4,104.95
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Yamaha Roadster 650 Motorcycle
Trike Conversion Kit




Kit comes with instructions but basic mechanical skills are required.

The Yamaha Roadster 650 trike conversion kit comes with billet swingarm mounts, differential axle assembly featuring Dana 30 gears, bearings, axle housings, wheel hubs, and components to mount the trike conversion kit to the bike. No core changes, no cutting or hacking on your swing arm, just simply bolt-on the trike conversion kit and ride!

You will have to change/modify your exhaust system. We do recommend that you replace your exhaust system with a Vance & Hines Shortshots Exhaust System.

COMPLETELY BOLT-ON!!
NO WELDING AND NO CUTTING!


This is a great bargain for any Motorcycle enthusiast looking to customize their bike. When you compare our price to other manufacturer's prices, you won't find anything better! Most Trike Conversion Kits Cost Over $6000! That doesn't even include the assembly fee! Why wait on such a great deal like this?!

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OPTIONAL
STEEL FENDERS: $699.95


Our Steel Fender Mounting Kit will transform your Trike conversion into a finely finished work of art. This kit is user friendly and can be installed by most anyone with basic mechanical ability.


Made of Billet Aluminum and Solid Steel.


Features:
  • Instructions
  • Differential Axle Assembly featuring Dana 30 gears
  • Billet Swingarm Mounts
  • Bearings
  • Axle Housings
  • Wheel Hubs
  • All Mounting Hardware.
  • DOES NOT INCLUDE: Wheels/Tires, Fenders, and Paintwork.
ORDER ONLINE NOW OR
CALL 1-866-606-3991
ADD CUSTOM RIMS & TIRES


Kit comes with instructions but basic mechanical skills are required.

Retail Price: $5,499.95

Sale Price: $4,104.95



Please Note: Some custom fabrication may be needed to fit to your bike.
Installer should be mechanically inclinded.

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