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    15 or 20mm lockable thru axel solution

    RockyMounts has a new product called the DriveShaft. It fits standard fork mount racks and locks securely.



    http://www.rockymounts.com/DriveShaft_p/1081.htm

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    great product...we have been selling lots of them since we got them in the shop.

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    Hurricane is also having a lockable system for all of the Fork Up models coming soon in addition to the already on sale "Deterent" locking device for the Lefty Fork Up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurricane Jeff View Post
    Hurricane is also having a lockable system for all of the Fork Up models coming soon in addition to the already on sale "Deterent" locking device for the Lefty Fork Up
    Oh thank goodness. I have the Pugsley Fork Up and it sucks when we stop somewhere after riding for something to eat or whatever, I always have to plan so that I can see my bike from wherever we are.

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    You can always use a short (2' +- ) cable with a noose on each end. To use this type, first make a noose around the down tube of your bike by threading one noose through the other, then insert the other noose around the leg of the Fork Up, then insert the Fork Up/ bike into a lockable fork mount.
    Before we designed the locking mechanisms, thats what I did with much success.

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    lots of product plugs from non-sponsors in this thread...

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    So if we work or design products that fits users of this site, we should'nt be able to offer suggestions? should we have to sponsor the site to offer advice? Im willing to bet if everyone who is the industry, and the company they worked for, all sponsored or posted ads, people would complain about too much ads. Cranks & Racks, who sponsor this forum, I give them all the credit and hope all the luck that they get a great return on investment for their sponsor of this forum.

    Look at all the other forums, there are tons on industry people posting, I think it gives credo to this site or any other.Just my 2, maybe 3 cents worth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexrex20 View Post


    lots of product plugs from non-sponsors in this thread...
    Pfffffft. Find me a sponsor that makes a product that adapts my Pugsley to my fork mount racks... oh, right, there aren't any.

    I guess we should only talk about things that we see in ads on this site, then.

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