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    Quote Originally Posted by gmcttr View Post
    Interesting idea. I made this single purpose carrier a week ago.
    I am interested in the bike stand, did you make that? Are there plans?
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    I love this thread, do you guys think I could modify this into something servicable
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    definitly ^. Take the seat off, cranks, chain, handle bars. and weld on long skinny rack like some cargo bikes have and there ya go

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    Or if you don't have a welder leave the bars and seat post on and put a rear rack on it. This will give you something to strap tools to.
    There's a big difference between ripping and skidding. Those who skid don't know how to ride.

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    I usually hike in with tools but the bob trailers look good for getting out a long distance from the truck. Check this out! BOB on Vimeo Whipping the Bob's!

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    Hears how you move two piece of equipment at one time.

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    Sustainable quality trails please.

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    I am just getting into the trail building scene and looking to get tools back in the woods about 5 miles. Has anyone adapted a kids tag along for carrying tools, I have an extra at my house and thought it might work. Thanks for the great info!

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    The trail a bike thing seems like a good idea...

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    drifty bob @ 225 is awesome : )

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Clutton View Post
    I usually hike in with tools but the bob trailers look good for getting out a long distance from the truck. Check this out! BOB on Vimeo Whipping the Bob's!

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    Bump!

    What else ya got?

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    Wow, yeah, loving this thread...........

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    I too would like to see how you guys have modified kid haulers into trail day work trailers. These two types of used kid bike trailers had be found for really cheap on CL. Tool carrier beta-image.jpgTool carrier beta-image.jpg

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