The Husky T-124C 24" tricycle is an economical, safe and efficient means of transportation in workplace environments and can carry a maximum weight of 500 lbs.
T-124C is fun to ride, stable, and offers excellent handling.
The T-124C comes with a rear steel basket made in the U.S.A. (20" x 15" x 9") to carry light cargo.
The T-124C has a 2 piece steel frame that is connected using large frame bolts.
The frame is specially designed with a CURVED front down tube, making it easy to get on/off the trike.
The unique frame construction allows this tricycle to be UPS shippable.
Front and rear drive axles are supported with industrial grade sealed cartridge bearings, minimizing resistance and offer smoother riding.
Super strong front v-type brakeand brake lever with a spring-loaded push-in lever lock pin to prevent the tricycle from moving when parked.
+ Weight Capacity: 500 lbs., including the weight of the rider
+ Heavy duty hi-tensile and chromoly steel fork and frame
+ Shimano ® coaster brake hub
+ 1/2" x 3/16" heavy duty industrial chain
+ 17mm rear axle with sealed cartridge bearings
+ One-piece forged steel crank set with 4mm thick 36-tooth sprocket.
+ Front and rear wheel hubs with sealed cartridge bearings
+ 11-gauge 36 spoked wheels with steel rims.
+ Front and rear fenders painted in black.
+ Front V-type aluminum brake with safety parking lever
+ Jumbo super comfort Husky cruiser saddle
+ Includes 21" X 15" X 9" rear steel basket with basket liner
+ Full reflector mounted in front, rear (mounted on fenders), and wheels.
+ 24 X 2.125 balloon tires
+ Extra thick heavy duty, thorn resistant tubes
+ Basket included but the liner is sold separately
+ Choosing cabinet or platform rear will remove the basket from your order
Husky OPTIONAL Cabinet, made of 22 gauge steel, weather resistant, glossy black finish 20"L X 15"W X 16"H, hinged door with locking latch.
This model is shipped 65% pre-assembled in two cartons.
It is recommended that a qualified mechanic perform the final assembly, which includes connecting the 2 piece frame together, mounting the wheels, handlebar, saddle, and pedals, and performing final adjustments.