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Re: More handling and Kids

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  • davidmoskovitz
    ... That sounds like a good hack. Just remember the the snapdeck is a snap-on component. I ve never had a problem with it coming off, but I ve only ever
    Message 1 of 5 , Jun 15, 2007
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      > Which is an adapter to put a normally "suspended" kid seat onto a
      > rack. I'm going to attach it to the mid/rear of the snapdeck, with
      > suitable strengthening and attach a seat. That then means a <4 year
      > old can ride in there with either a bigger kid holding the stoker
      > bars in front, or another one in another seat fixed to the seat tube
      > or a peapod. Haven't got there yet, but I'll post soon with photos
      > and commentary if it works or not.

      That sounds like a good hack. Just remember the the snapdeck is
      a "snap-on" component. I've never had a problem with it coming off,
      but I've only ever applied downward forces to it. I assume you'll work
      this out.
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