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  If it was me I would go with a Champion, I think there sidecar fits the Harley better.

What ever you go with make sure that it comes with proper hardware designed for the bike not "universal" type mounts that "fit" your bike. We also make a sidecar similar to the Liberty and the Champion we call ours the classic but we have many other sidecars as well. Many are much easier to get in and out of and some have external opening trunks rather then lifting the seat back out like the original Harley sidecar these are modeled from. Most of our sidecar can be made with a Harley type wheel, fender and lights. We can also match your bikes front wheel on the sidecar. All of our sidecars can be seen at

There is a lot to go over some times phoning is best.

Let me know if we can be of any help at all.

Jay G
DMC sidecars


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Jay G DMC sidecars 15616 Carbonado South Prairie RD Buckley WA 98321 866-638-1793 Hours Monday - Thursday 6-4:30

   There is a couple other outfits that makes a nice sidecar to match up to the Harley. Trans Moto has ones nice ones and you can get some ideas of what you want, and the exchange rate might work in your favorite. Just don't be in a hurry, think about it and do your research. Whats good for one person not might be good for someone else. always remember safety is number one.     

Hi everyone, new to the forum. I live in PA about and hour and a half northeast of Pittsburgh. I have an 03 Electra Glide That I  painted the WWII Flying Tiger P-40 paintjob on. Check it out. I just picked up an older 89 HD sidecar that I am going to paint to match. 


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That's a great looking project, Paul! Nice

hmmm, long time since last post, (oct 2020) but what the hey... I just joined, and I might have some useful knowledge to share if anyone is interested. My project was completed this month (March 2021): marrying my 2007 FLHP to a 2006 TLE hack. The project went against the legal advice of Harley Davidson, because of the ABS brakes that the bike has, but it all came together successfully, with a smidge of yankee ingenuity, dumb luck and kentucky windage 🙂 

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Yankee, Ingenuity, Dumb luck, and Kentucky windage are a good combination! Nice looking outfit!

Thanks for the welcome.  I am looking forward to being a member.  I am looking for a used Hannigan Classic sidecar for my BMW K1200 LT.  How do I place an ad in the Classified section?


Thanks for have me. I'm new here but not new to riding and believe it or not, I even pulled a hack for 2 years. Back in the 70's. Sorry if is post is in wrong place.

I started looking for another chair as the knees are getting bad music night ideas. I'll make a lot of mistakes and have made many, but I'm not ready to drive cages.

To find sidecars without bikes for sale, go to Forums, Classifieds, Sidecars For Sale to see the current postings. If nothing you like is available, start a New Topic under Sidecars Wanted.

Good luck with your search.

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this is the welcome page,  feel free to post in a forum below or here if you don't find a forum that fits your needs.


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