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Zenith to Bailey Quattro Trike


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I've been using my Parajet Zenith for years as a foot launch, but old age, crippled hips and knees has meant I've got to convert to a trike. Today I've purchased a second-hand Bailey Quattro. I've only just got it back home. Has anyone mated their Zenith frame to this trike?

I've been advised to try and get the axle (centre of prop) at neck height, but apart from this, I can't find any information on joining these two. Parajet themselves have told me I can remove the two bottom legs, they are only to stand the machine up and are not structural at all.

I don't want to over engineer it, but I would like a neat job!

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