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181 Comments

Reply LucasDek
10:42 AM on June 20, 2019 
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Reply Geoff
12:40 PM on June 19, 2019 
Hi All. I have a 2003 HS5 Family Trike with 3 seats. I need access to the engine. I have removed the driver?s seat and located the hinges at the rear of the trike the hold the rear half of the bodywork. The front of the rear half of the bodywork is fixed somehow so the body won?t hinge backwards. Anyone any idea how the rear section of bodywork is secured .
Reply Geoff
10:55 AM on June 19, 2019 
Hi All. I have a 2003 3 seater Rewaco and I am trying to open the back section to get to the VW engine. . I have got the drivers seat off and I have located the higes on the body at the rea of the trike but I cant find what is holding the front of the rear section of body down. Any thoughts please
Reply Ken Rogers
8:43 AM on May 27, 2019 
hi. im old but not a fuddy duddy..i have an 09 rf1 gt.its a bit quiet.does anybody no of a after market exhaust...
Reply John Johnston
2:28 AM on December 9, 2018 
I registered on your website about 2 weeks ago and every time i sign it just says it is pending approval.
Reply colin
11:59 AM on November 21, 2018 
just completed membership now in the post
Reply rewacoownersclubuk
4:13 PM on October 3, 2018 
photographer1 says...
i think the front wheel brake disk is wrong on my rewaco - i have found the right caliper but the disk is a 13mm dish disk and the spacers are defiantly not the originals and the front wheel was off center - i put it right and now the disk is catching the side of the fork - i have a feeling it should be a flat disk but not sure and cant seem to find them anywhere to buy ... what im after is ..... whats on yours ? flat disk or dish disk ? and is there a manual i can buy or download that might help me say what should be on there ? any help will be much appreciated

Hi Please see manual links on website
Reply photographer1
11:24 AM on October 3, 2018 
i think the front wheel brake disk is wrong on my rewaco - i have found the right caliper but the disk is a 13mm dish disk and the spacers are defiantly not the originals and the front wheel was off center - i put it right and now the disk is catching the side of the fork - i have a feeling it should be a flat disk but not sure and cant seem to find them anywhere to buy ... what im after is ..... whats on yours ? flat disk or dish disk ? and is there a manual i can buy or download that might help me say what should be on there ? any help will be much appreciated
Reply Mick Mc
4:31 PM on June 1, 2018 
Hi Guy,s I have just filled in my membership form its in the post tomorrow so I will be the new boy on the block soon
and looking forward to hearing from you all
cheers Mick Mc