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Attach the sidecar bracket to the scooter, fit the rear bolts of the sidecar bracket to the two holes of the centerstand.Refit the center stand with the longer portion of the clamp to the rear of the scooter (or leave the centerstand off).
I would also suggest doing any repairs/upgrades/maintenance on the scooter before mounting the sidecar.
Bracket before adjustment, both scooter and sidecar tube are roughly the same height. I used an angle grider with a cut-off wheel to remove the part of the bracket that was hitting the brake lever. It doesn't look as nice as Buellers but it will work.
This is the amount of lean I had initially, It was too much lean-out. Be careful with this, I ground a bit from the brake lever and hit the scooter body Bracket is "modified", now I need to get a different bolt.
Had to do a bit of bending to get this to fit right, I don't think the scooter crash bars are helping anything, they may have to be removed. I decided to try and fix the lean by readjusting the bracket and toe-in. Update: Put new shocks on the front and rear, I put a Sebac on the front and just a stock shock on the rear. Adjust the sidecar down so it is somewhat level (front to back).
Check tire pressure in all tires Front: 20-22 psi Rear: 28-30 psi Sidecar: 20-22 psi Loosen the main bolts on the scooter (left picture) and the bolts on the sidecar (right picture). Lay a board or other stright-edge alongside the sidecar wheel and a board alongside the front and rear scooter wheels. I will need to adjust the lean in and toe-in again. Now the scooter and sidecar should be even and the lean should be alot less.7. This took quite a bit of readjusting, I spent at least an hour on it. If the toe-in is good and the lean is good, retighten all the bolts for the bracket tubes.9. Ride it and see if the adjustment is good, repeat if needed. I will have to re-adjust it again when I put new shocks on.
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I decided to get a 10" Cozy sidecar for my 1979 Vespa P200E.