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Topic: Tiller + bars.
Posted By: mark aldridge
Subject: Tiller + bars.
Date Posted: 21 October 2017 at 2:02pm
Wanted adjustable tiller (1" headset) and narrow bars. To convert recumbent from open to hampster steering. Thanks.



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Posted By: D.TEK
Date Posted: 22 October 2017 at 7:17pm
Any other clues such as Brand or Make or Model + Age 
May be able to help ..........if you are willing to provide more info 
I assume you have priced and checked new with the makers ??
Cheers Kevin D 


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D.TEK HPVS purveyors of recumbent trikes and cycles


Posted By: mark aldridge
Date Posted: 23 October 2017 at 3:52pm
It is for a Toxy ZR.
I had a cobbled together tiller that was good enough to prove that I preferred the hampster position but it was too short and then fell apart.
I am trying to get some Challenge Fujin tiller + bars (the current straight tiller and narrow bars) but it is proving to be the usual Challenge drawn out process.
Performer do a nice Ti set up but at a price too high for me.
Because the ZR has a very low seat the tiller needs to decline to horizontal or have the ability to be flipped over to achieve a low bar position.
I don't mind getting the file and Dremmel out.
Toxy don't have a suitable tiller/bar set up.
Any advice or help would be welcomed.
Thanks


Posted By: RoyMacdonald
Date Posted: 10 February 2018 at 3:52pm
Mike Burrows does a tiller and bars for the Challenge Fugin. You could try him and see if he feels like making one. I'd like one as well so we could do a joint order if he is interested. 

Roy


Posted By: Gromit
Date Posted: 27 February 2018 at 9:19am
Originally posted by RoyMacdonald RoyMacdonald wrote:

Mike Burrows does a tiller and bars for the Challenge Fujin. You could try him and see if he feels like making one. I'd like one as well so we could do a joint order if he is interested. 

Roy

Is that the tiller and bars on Stuart Dennison's of bikefix's own Fujin, Roy?  If so, there is https://www.bikefix.co.uk/blog/fujin-burrows-project" rel="nofollow - a page on the bikefix web site with pictures of the Fujin-Burrows project bike .


Posted By: RoyMacdonald
Date Posted: 27 February 2018 at 1:07pm
Originally posted by Gromit Gromit wrote:

Originally posted by RoyMacdonald RoyMacdonald wrote:

Mike Burrows does a tiller and bars for the Challenge Fujin. You could try him and see if he feels like making one. I'd like one as well so we could do a joint order if he is interested. 

Roy

Is that the tiller and bars on Stuart Dennison's of bikefix's own Fujin, Roy?  If so, there is https://www.bikefix.co.uk/blog/fujin-burrows-project" rel="nofollow - a page on the bikefix web site with pictures of the Fujin-Burrows project bike .

Yes. 

I have a Burrows Fugin on order and Stuart tells me will be ready this week. Smile  I was looking out for a Ratracer, but after looking for a year without success and failing to persuade Mike to make me one, decided to at least get something that was available. I've also been looking for my old Wasp without success. Or my old faired Paul Davis bike, anything to go a bit faster really.

The additional tiller is for another faired project I have in mind for my 75th next February. I'm not fond of spending time making bikes as I prefer riding so it will involve getting as much work professionally done as possible. Or I might just buy a Velomobile. I'll see how I get on with the Burrows Fugin.

I'll be playing in the snow tomorrow on the trike though, it's what they were made for.

Roy


Posted By: Gromit
Date Posted: 28 March 2018 at 3:56pm
The Fujin-Burrows project bike on the Bikefix web site belongs to one of Bikefix's customers, not Stuart Dennison himself. Embarrassed



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