Pet transport

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  1. steveclecy

    steveclecy Read Only Funster

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    Having seen this picture of my lord and master, I thought the basket assembly at the front of his bike looked robust and suitable for transporting my terrier. It appears to be braced to the front wheel.

    Anyone know where they can be obtained?

    Pleb

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    butchers used them years ago . or should i say butchers delivery boys like me . ha ha .
    cant be that hard to make something up . hook over handlebars supports from front axle .
    only needs a washer welding to a bit of pipe . bet your local garage can knock it up in 30 mins .
     
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    You could find one outside the houses of parliament, sure it wouldn't be missed.:Rofl1:
     
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    As a retired PC you will never get an Alsatian in that basket.:BigGrin:
     
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    The Butchers Boy!
     

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