Re: Pryer trike for sale

Trent Anderson /
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Since I posted almost 3 years ago, I picked up a complete, running Motron trike last fall, so I don't actually need my other rear end. It needs a bushing made to keep the brake plate from moving in and out, the brake lever repaired, a stop so the brake plate doesn't rotate, a chain tensioner, and some cosmetic welding done. It HAS the fenders. It would then have to be modified to fit whatever bike you are putting it on, as it came off a Batavia. I paid $350 for it a few years ago, so I will probably need that much for it. And I'm in Ohio...

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