Where I sled: Frederic to Lake Gogebic & everywhere in between
Was told that someone like J.C. Whitney had a conversion kit to change a 3 to a 4 but I couldn't find anything there.
Does anyone know of such a "kit"?
I have an old 84 125 Suzuki that is in mint shape and would like to convert if possible and not a small fortune. Thanks for any leads.........
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2000 Flll 800
SC3 x 136 with a 1.5 track.
MXZ racing shocks up front with precision skis.
Clutched & geared by Joey.
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Honestly, it wouldn't. If you have an old worn down ATC, adding more weight to it isn't going to suddenly make it any better.
These kids are marginal at beast. You'd come out way ahead by selling the three wheeler and buying a decent used quad.
hell no i would never make a coversion on my 350x ill just buy a blown 250x quad and swap in a 350x motor. i heard on these conversions the bikes handling suck and pooor ride. yea its sad converting them thats not what they were made for.
If it was me I would just leave it as a 3 wheeler.
I have to agree.
I understand your reasoning, for converting the trike; there are many reasons to do so.
But I also collect and ride 3-wheelers, from time to time. An experienced 3-wheel rider, just likes to take one of the old machines out, and remember what it was like.
I've had machines from the Big Three companies, and in fact, I still use a Honda Big Red on the farm. It serves me well and is more maneuverable than my Quads, it is not even close. Yes, the Quads have a place too; but for getting around tight places I'll pick the 3-wheeler.
And Snowmobile people: I even have one of the early COMMUTER Industries machines, a SASQUATCH. Goggle them.Oh, the Sasquatch uses a Comet style clutch.