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Unread Yesterday, 09:19 AM   #1
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1985 Honda 200s 3 wheeler

Anybody have any knowledge of these or know where you could tell me to look. I have goggled but finding nothing real current on any forum. I know there has to be current discussion and information about it but I can't find it.

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Unread Yesterday, 10:44 AM   #2
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What is there to know?
Big bubbly tires and a dangerous habit of tipping forward when you slowed down and turned at the same time.
They were really basic machines and I got rid of mine the year after I bought it becouse it was scary dangerous.
Try some of the honda forums I'm sure somebody scanned in the manuals or at least the specs for them.
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What is there to know?
Big bubbly tires and a dangerous habit of tipping forward when you slowed down and turned at the same time.
They were really basic machines and I got rid of mine the year after I bought it becouse it was scary dangerous.
Try some of the honda forums I'm sure somebody scanned in the manuals or at least the specs for them.
Thanks. I am trading it for a yerf dog go kart that doesn’t run. I have been trying ot sell the kart for a while. The 3 wheel supposed runs but not real well. My intent is to sell the 3 wheeler, not keep it. The kart is my boys and he is trying to get money together to buy a truck.

My though is I may be able to sell the Honda easier than the go kart. I am mostly curious if there are still parts for them so it could be fixed and see how marketable it really is.
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Unread Yesterday, 11:50 AM   #4
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In it's day, the 200s was a desireable machine. Pretty simple to work on. Riding a 3-wheeler is like anything else. Understand the do's and dont's as well as can's and can'ts. Parts are out there. Unsure of cost. Locally, quick sell bargain price for a well kept example is going to be about $700-$800 and falls off quick from there.
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80's three wheelers were awesome fun especially the 350's and Yamaha 500's - not to mention the Suzuki quadzilla's

omg good times
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