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Post your wacky loads that were done on your big dummy.

I hauled some firewood and a big log to use to sit around the fire....

Twenty-two five gallon pails...

My household quarterly trash and recycling...

Everything I needed to put on a cyclocross race...

I also hauled half of a french door, but no pics of that.
 

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It's just a 4x Cree Q5 dynamo light powered by a Shimano DH-3D72. Nothing special. Pretty easy to make. I've made three. I'll be making two more in the next couple weeks with a USB charger as well... if it works.
 
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still dumb

ok... so this was from a trip

ride bike Monterey to Salinas
hop on Amtrak
go to LA for nephew's birthday
load birthday party stuff on bike
somewhere along the way, we find a tool box for a truck
my brothers decide they want it
we load it on the bike
ride home...
 

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Schmucker said:
I'm trying to figure out how I can haul a clothes dryer with a my BD without buying a trailer.
ratchet straps!
from the frame of the BD, I'd use the looped out section...
that is, the section that seems as if they are purpose built-in Footsies
from one side to the other, up and over the dryer, over the SnapDeck, and down to the other side.

I'd repeat from the furthest rear section.

being that off balanced, is going to probably pose a problem.

if you have WideLoaders, that will help.

for really big loads like this
the best way i have found
is to lay the bike down
put the straps into position
then lay the cargo on the bike.

good luck!
 
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