unnamed Delivery Cycle

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  1. MONARKofSoCal

    MONARKofSoCal

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    Recently acquired one of theses frames
    [​IMG]

    Realized It would be a goo candidate to turn into a full size version of the Garton Delivery Cycle using a radio flyer wagon tub

    [​IMG]
    custom radio flyer version (found online)
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  2. OddJob

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    Yep, I can visualize it already! This should be fun.
    RaT oN~!
     
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  3. sdframe

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    This will be fun.
     
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    Rear drop out's look similar to Electra ?
     
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  5. LukeTheJoker

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    Cool plan!
     
  6. OneHorsePower

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    cant see the frame picture :39:
     
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  7. MONARKofSoCal

    MONARKofSoCal

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    Had issues with my computer
    but now back on track

    cut out unneeded part of frame to fit wagon tub
    [​IMG]

    Here is a smaller wagon that I am using for another project
    just to give a reference shot

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  8. LukeTheJoker

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    Very cool looking!
    Will you be adding back in some support to the seat tube?
     
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  9. MONARKofSoCal

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    I have a couple of different options
    but I should know more further down the R & D phase
     
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  10. OneHorsePower

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    i like were this is going! subbed!
     
  11. RustyGold

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    I had a radio flyer wagon-trike, as a tyke...so, I think I like :thumbsup:.

    Jason
     
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  12. MONARKofSoCal

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    Have not got much done on this yet
    trying to find a 20" trike rear before getting more into the R&D

    I did however come up with a seat tube support
    This is the ball that the handle connects to on a radio flyer
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    I drilled it out to 1" so it will fit the seat tube post

    Then cut it so i could slide it onto the seat post
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    If all goes well I may even be able to make the wagon section removable
     
  13. The Renaissance Man

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    Loving this whole idea. Can't wait for more!
     
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