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Troubleshooting Your Convertible Kit

Also see: re-preload instructions.


Problem | Solution
1. Things just don't go together the way you think they should. 1. Read and follow instructions carefully.
2. Bike leans to the right or left. 2. Place shims in between frame and belly bracket (for one piece brackets) or in between the 2 pieces of the belly bracket.
3. Bike pulls to the right or left. 3. Bike and Voyager are not aligned. Loosenbelly bracket and align unit.
4. Bike has front end shake. 4. Check tire pressure. Voyager tires should be filled to 20 lbs. Motorcycle tires should havenormal air pressure. Check air pressure on shocks of motorcycle. Front should have from 5 to 10 lbs. Rear should be almost at max. air pressure. Front tire could be worn or cupped or out of balance. Motorcycle front springs could be worn. Fork bearings could be loose.
5. Voyager unit is making noise. 5. Check and tighten all bolts. Add grease to rear bearings. Tighten jam nuts.
Note: Newer bearing receivers do not have to be greased and do not have a jam nut.
6. Voyager ride seems too loose. 6. Make sure main mounting bolts are tight. Check pre-load.
7. How do I pre-load my Voyager Kit? 7. Click here to find out how to re-preload for rubber shock suspension or double shock suspension

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Each Voyager trike kit includes fenders, a rear guard, mounting hardware, suspension hardware, trailer hitch, rims and tires, heavy-duty frame, free technical support, and a one-year warranty. Each trike kit comes in your choice of finish - clear coated black or raw primer gray. Prices are subject to change.