I'd like to see that. Probably make someone freak out seeing a baby seat on a bike. :mrgreen:Hey if its cheap!!! Say....I got a used baby car seat not being used, with some duct tape, paper towels, and some zip ties I bet that thing could carry at least 2 12 packs on the back of my bike!!
Then you're going to love this.....Thread hijack here,
I enjoy seeing people being ingenious by using products from other markets to suit their needs. Shows some individuality and creativity. I would rather see a bike with that rather than a bike that was built by opening a catalog and bolting on everything that would fit.
Too funny Mort! You're right. There's just something special about a cooler on the back of a bike. And when I say special, I mean short-bus special.You can get plastic coated cardboard boxes in various sizes reinforce the bottom with thin plywood and bolt her on paint to match and you be styling. Nm I agree have you seen the strom with the 48 qt cooler on the back! People buy these bikes expecting them to run like a race horse, load them down like a pack mule and then ride them into places that a Mule would be smart enough not to go, then complain they don't handle in mud wonder why. I especially liked the guy that was going to sue Suzuki for misrepresenting the bike because he could not ride down a graded drive with sand on it.
How often do you change your oil filter?Being a good hen I want to peck at this worm also. How many of you waste money on oil and filter changes on your car or truck??? (when new,thought I better splain that to a few of you) Someone said he wanted to get all the break in metals out, it ain't gonna happen if it will float yes most but if its heavy it will fall to the bottom of the crankcase and lay there until removed physically. As anal as some of you are you would wet your pants if you could see the amount of machining debris left in some engines. As for your filters they have a bypass anyway and don't always filter all the oil. If you have so much debris loose in the engine that one filter cannot hold it, the engine will be junk in a short time anyway. Before someone post about removing break in oil, it does not exhist it is bulk purchased quallity oil supplied by the cheapest bidder and will run several thousand miles before requiring replacement. Knowing all this I still changed mine at 600 and 1500 now its every 4000.
I'll bet you haven't even seen the box we're talking about. It looks better than that $59.99 canvas bag you posted.Ok, being smart with your money, and being so cheap as to install kitchen and or bathroom devices on your bike is CHEAP and TACKY IMO.
I have this bag from Tourmaster, it is padded, well made, has quality elastic cords and plastic hooks to avoid scratching the rack. It goes on and off the bike in matter of seconds, transfers from bike to bike, and is nice enough to carry into work. Retail is only $59.99, and can probably be had for less. If you look around you can find stuff like this, instead of raiding the kitchen and home craft aisles at Walmart.
Too funny Mort! You're right. There's just something special about a cooler on the back of a bike. And when I say special, I mean short-bus special.