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Old 12-04-22, 07:17 PM
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Originally Posted by 2_i View Post
See whether you can combine the order with anything else from the particular vendor, that you may need or may sell well on Ebay in Australia. I had situations where the extra items I ordered sold for prices that completely covered the shipping from Europe to US. It might be, e.g., that other people in AU could be interested in the Tern Cargo racks - you have to poke around checking, e.g., what sold and for how much on Ebay in the past.
oh yeah no i cant afford that. i am on a pension. reselling is way too risky for me
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Originally Posted by Reddleman View Post
If you want a Tern Cargo Rack, omafiets.com.au is an Aussie online bike store with a Dutch name. Try them. Alternatively, look on Ternís website for their list of dealers near you and buy from whoever there is closest to you.
oh thanks they have a physical shop too not terribly far from where i live. they were super close but moved. the prices r very high but i will take a look and go instore when i can as the site doesnt specifify what sized wheeels some of the racks are for. i forgot they existed
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Originally Posted by pinholecam View Post
Could you do with a Carradice Bagman type saddle clamp carrier?

I have one and its really good.
Of course you can use any correct sized bag on it (just need to strap/bungee it down )
Bagman Standard Saddlebag Support - Carradice Bicycle Bags

I have one at its really good for a day bag.
not sure that would work for me. might not be enough space and i have a mount for a bike trailer maybe in the way plus a bike light coming from under the seat. looks interesting tho. plus postage from overseas. seems no one stocks things i need here. 20"ebikes for domestic use are still very rare. lots of people on these bikes for delivery jobs but most of these folks dont own their bikes they use
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Thanks everyone I went to omfiets and got a racktime rack. bit pricey but I installed and looks good. considering I put the former rack thru almost 10 years of abuse I was due to spend some money. appreciate all the advice
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Thanks everyone I went to omfiets and got a racktime rack. bit pricey but I installed and looks good. considering I put the former rack thru almost 10 years of abuse I was due to spend some money. appreciate all the advice
Looks sturdy!
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Looks sturdy!
yes now that i have had a few days to test it out i am pretty happy
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