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|
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.