John M: reminds me of an old rokon. very cool.
Barry Larry: that thing is perfect
Kyle Kessler: I FOUND IT WAS HARD TO GET THE BALANCE RITE ON THE KICKSTAND AND IT IS THE
MOST DANGEROUS PIECE OF EQUIPMENT .
SoyBoySigh: This is beautiful I love it - (yeah I get it there are only "so many" ATC's
but seriously there are way more than there are ATC enthusiasts!!! Besides,
how many "Fat Cat" bikes are there? Sheesh....) All I wanna say though -
coming from a bike background, and doing swing-arm swaps and rear wheel
swaps etc - why in the heck did you stay with the "live axle"? Seems like
it would make a lot more sense to copy what was done on the DAX & Monkey
etc, do a bolt-up wheel with a hub containing the brake and bearings etc -
seems like you could take just about ANY big old drum-brake hub and machine
off the cush side of it - heck you could probably use two of 'em ...
wouldn't work to cut the same one in half 'cause you'd need the inside wall
of the drum's "bell" as thick as possible - but yeah the bearings in the
hub makes a lot more sense than a live-axle. Just saying. There's a lot of
room in there for a drum too, and when you think about it, it's a really
light brake system compared to a lot of discs. I like that they're
dirt-proof too, almost water-tight etc. Don't get me wrong, you did a HELL
of a swing-arm swap on this bike - building anything that could accommodate
THAT tire, heck it's brilliant! Just thinking though - probably a Harley
fat-tire kit out there with a swing-arm big enough. If not a sportbike
swing-arm with a wide enough axle etc. INCIDENTALLY - I'm building a road
race version of a "Fat Cat" - always thought of it as more of a
"period-correct Super-Moto" really - It's a "KZ440LOL" from an '80 KZ440LTD
- the wheels are Borrani 3.00x16" alloy chopper rear rims, and the front
hub is a Suzuki 4LS (double sided) drum-brake from the '72 GT750J "Water
Buffalo" - and the TIRES you see, this is the kicker - Maxi-Scooter rubber,
radials are available as well as bias-ply, as well as square-shouldered
side-car tires for when I put the 3rd matching rim on, with it's matching
2LS drum from Suzuki T500 Titan - It's for my Ex-Daughter, she'd like to
haul her dawg around in the bucket of a side-car, so I was thinking either
a racing-side-car flat-bed deck with a cowl in front, for a big old Kennel
etc - OR a little scooter-type side-car bucket. or both, really - the
bucket could pop on & off. But yeah, I'm finishing the bike first, and
we'll see what happens with that third wheel. Might just make a convenient
spare for tire changes. OR it could work on another matching bike wtf
Marion Robinson IV: That's hot!!
MPDano: Do you have pics of your cutting welding process? Looks sweet!
Vax Guidry: It's called a trail bike. It came out before three wheelers.
ToyotaLandCruiser: I don't like this there's only a limited number of 3 wheelers and you cut
one up man especially a Honda couldn't you have done one with something
Charles McNeill Jr: that looks really cool. good job.
Yeshua saves: Give me the bike,or I will cut you from hole to hole. lol That bike is
Nathan Shinn: IM GONNA DO THIS
mike brizendine: Very nice build,Thanks for sharing
Kyle Kauffman: where u get the exhaust
selim malik: hey hey! Thanks for sharing! On a similar note; have you heard the talk
about " Vidadsmedia Two Wheeler Supply Review " (should be on google...have
a look)? My friends had some dealings with them and was impressed by their
incredible customer service.
rcruz003: Crazy as it is ....very well done.
Just , please don't cut up anymore Honda ATC's.
jagger cutis: I freaking hate it why destroy the Wheeler they will be no more because
people like you if out whereone where you can buy kit it would be different
Chordmerchant: Nice bike! I built one of these out of a 200X about 20years ago. I sold it
to a guy about 5 years ago, and now I'm pissed! I with I still had it, or
that I could find another 200X to build. They are almost impossible to find
these days. Oh, and for all of you dumb ass haters that are all over this
guy (and me I suppose) for cutting these 3 wheelers up. I have news for
you. They were deemed unsafe, and outlawed way back when in the U.S. The
ones that were new and unsold were cut in half. FACT!
Logan Doughton: Big man big bike lol, looks sweet man
Chordmerchant: That is to say: outlawed for retail sales by dealers.
Seth Albert: Bad to the BONE!!! i wish honda would of thought of this
TheTheeggmann: Dude, good job. That's what the Fat Cat sould've been.
Harry Beckwith: I totally want one.Looks like a lot of fun.
RC Codes: fat cat on a fat cat
M24A6: Very nice, good job!
K0K4NE: And you carry a spare tyre while riding it, good thinking.
Cyber2110: I wish to get one to
HotRod Paul: Trike converted to two wheeler
theyco60: Nice job!
Mike Winkler: That awesome .! You turned a outlawed three wheeler into a rokonesk refer
were ya ga TTA go all terrain vehicle. I want that!
Craig Arndt: Nice fabrication, little too loud for me, but, great job. You've got some
Watermelonpotato19: Nice work!
Seth Albert: y drive on the sidewalk when you can go flat out on a street right there
LEGENDARY TRIKER: Looks cool, but please dont wreck any more three wheelers .
Carson Moores: Hey man love that bike i have one im in the middle of,im in a bind what did
you use for sprockets i cant match anything up.
Richard M: lol what a buff looking bike
The Headless Horseman: that exhaust sounds nice
MowMud: Best use of TrailPros I done seen in a long while. I was gonna ask you
about brakes, but you covered that. Nice machine you have yourself there.
Why did you incorperate a jack shaft though?
Gregory: @hamoon007 no clutch the trans is semi-automatic, you just have to shift
thews21: Honda did make these they r called fat cats I really like this one tho.
wildcat650power: @zhuliu I have a 1986 Big Wheel and it is the angle of the seat that gives
the rider a bad feel riding. I find if you sit on the back part of the seat
you slide right back down and crunches your family...... These bikes where
not designed to go fast, they are a back trail rider that will get you
where you want to go at a nice steady pas. They have lots of torque at low
gear for climbing and will do around 60-70 miles in 5th. gear. Three
wheelers are the same way unless you go 200X,250R,350R
Birdy12783: Sweet bike! I just bought an 85 honda 200S for $250. Where do you live I
might have you do that to mine.
rmrayraygf: pardon my french, but this thing is cool as crap!!! nice work!
Owegobike H: Wow you did a good job. Did you draw plans on how you made it? It looks
like the Manco Big Cat. But a lot stronger. I got the same 3 wheeler would
like to do the same thing.
Gregory: @ComedyPuff Any retard can go out and buy a tw200, i had one and thought it
sucked! you try to make something out of nothing?
oldschoolman1: Its kinda like a fat cat. sweet as hell
MyL1feX3: you did an awsome job with the bike, but theres nothing better than a 3
wheeler. you should probably just put the other wheel back ;)
billylo2010: @rarebikes88 I picked up a 200s last oct2011.. I like it so much that i'm
gonna look for another one this spring 2012 and i might just look you up to
see if you can convert that one for me, I'm in traverse city, mi.... would
u be interested in that?
Matt Pro: dam man haha thats sick!!! i love it!
HMFboy29: WHAT DO YOU USE THAT WHITE VAN FOR........
Kim Wallman: is that a bicycle chain?