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Old 12-17-13, 12:35 PM   #1
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how do these bikeracks work?

I found like 25 of them curbed at the street.


worse comes to worse, i get like $50 in scrap
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Old 12-17-13, 12:41 PM   #2
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they are bike shop display racks
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can they be converted to wall hanger racks or something?
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can they be converted to wall hanger racks or something?
certainly 'something'.. I'm supposing they were at an angle, but not vertical ,

in a small floor space bike-shop there were 2 levels of bikes on display..
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certainly 'something'.. I'm supposing they were at an angle, but not vertical ,

in a small floor space bike-shop there were 2 levels of bikes on display..
yeah, along with the bikeracks, i got a sweet load of steel racking, but i have no idea how it fits together

I have really high ceilings in my room so i want to try and make a loft for my bed and bike parking underneath, **** thatd be f****ing dooooope


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Old 12-18-13, 06:20 PM   #6
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I want to travel
"pay for my food and gas to get to your place of buisness and you can have them,
minimum distance, must be out of state!"
now where the hell would i advertise that??
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cali, baby!
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