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    Which fork holder for pugsley?

    I'd like to make a good solution to hauling my Pugsley around in my Cherokee this winter. Sometimes I'll also be hauling around my malamute (big dog) at the same time, so I figure a fork holder in the rear will be the best solution. Doing an internet search I can find fork holders readily enough, but I'm not sure they'd work for a pug. Any suggestions would be appreciated! Thanks!

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    Check Hurricane Components, we make a Fork Up adaptor exclusively for the Surly Pugsley

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    glad to know you have those jeff....even the upright carriers have a hard time carrying the fat bikes.

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    A 1up USA rack fits a pugs nicely. I had to let a bit of air out of the tires, but it went right in for me.

    They now have a roof tray fwiu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurricane Jeff View Post
    Check Hurricane Components, we make a Fork Up adaptor exclusively for the Surly Pugsley
    With more and more non-offset 135mm fat-bike forks coming out, will you be making a non-offset version? Thanks!

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    Sorry it took so long to get back to your question, the Pugsley Fork Up will no longer be offset.

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    The hurricane one didn't do so well for me. Not sure why but it would never stay tight. Got noticeably loose several times and scared me so much I won't use it anymore on the roof. It fits in a Yakima king cobra with a little air let out. At least with my graceful fat Sheba rims.

    Most of the time I just take both wheels off and stuff it in my trunk.

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    What do you mean by " it would never stay tight" was it the rack mount that would not stay tight of the Q/R on the Fork Up adaptor?
    Last edited by Hurricane Jeff; 01-02-2012 at 06:15 PM. Reason: 234

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