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Unicorn Located and mine now !!!!!

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    J.Wales Well-Known Member

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    Bought my girl some top shelf stuff today. IMG_20220113_143503599_HDR.jpg 93 octane no ethanol gas.
     
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    I know where u was at
     
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    Yes you do. Looks like rain and snow this weekend back here Rainman.
     
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    Miss Bonnie was making sure I did every step correctly. IMG_20220113_121944388_HDR.jpg
     
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    I love mine, had it new. Sorry not to bring any bad luck but I had axle issues and I've been trying to get axles built for almost 10 months . I've shipped them to several places, now there in North Carolina hoping they can build them. If anyone has had experience getting the axles done could you please send me in a direction , I would surely appreciate it. And by the way I'm not ever planning getting rid of mine if I can get it back together, you'll enjoy it that much!!!! Thanks...
     
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    That's the problem with riding unicorns, unicorn parts BUT, there are many a machine shop with CNC lathes and equipment and some really smart folks that should be able to duplicate axles. If not, adapt another brand axle to work. Never give up.
     
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    KLBlake, in your photo the Crossbow is sitting next to an off brand motorcycle, mine is stabled with another Vision. It cuts down on the gremlins.
     
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    I've been digging around in the internet and can't put my finger on how many Crossbows were ever built. Any ideas y'all ?
     
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    Do you have any photos you would care to share of your axles or current state of your Crossbow ?
     
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    I’m gonna guess 3. Yours, one I saw in person in AZ and the white one on eBay right now. :)
     
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    LMAO. Somewhere I heard a number of around 115 since the inception of the design.

    I can't imagine a manufacturer designing different running gear with the exception of drive mechanism as in Shaft, Chain or Belt. It seems to me that basic components would be the same across their line and they manufactured many types for different makes and that said the axles and bearings should be about the same. They also offered another trike mod on a Victory Cross bike I believe and that would have been belt drive.
     

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