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Andyfitz Andyfitz is offline
Posted 3rd November 2010, 04:37 PM
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Training Basket plans


Anyone have any plans on building training baskets? or just basic dimensions of what a normal size one would be?


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Posted 3rd November 2010, 07:31 PM
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Here are some standard shipping baskets that i use. Dimentions are 24in long by 16in wide by 11in high. I have a local guy make them for me for $30.00 each. Hope this helps. He makes small, medium, and large Baskets. I use the Medium witch is pictured below.

Billy


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$30 that is a bargin!
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PS Is that a Busa?
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yes, 08 busa that i drag race.
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I'm a Harley rider, And I rode one of those 2 weeks ago I didn't have the guts to open it up. You have got to be CRAZY a busa is scary fast.
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I LOVE racing...lol.. Pigeons, Busa, and a 67 Nova that goes in the 9's. Speed junkie.... My wife has a 65 Ford Falcon.. But there is nothing like waiting for our Pigeons to fly home from a long race..
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Amen to that.
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Andyfitz, i grew up in Laurel MD. Where you at in Laurel?

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Andyfitz, i grew up in Laurel MD. Where you at in Laurel?

Billy
I live in the howard county part of laurel right off of RT 29. Do you live in Laurel now?
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Anyone have any plans on building training baskets? or just basic dimensions of what a normal size one would be?
I was wanting some plans too. Was going to build some this winter to be ready for next year.
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I live in the howard county part of laurel right off of RT 29. Do you live in Laurel now?
I live 30 minutes above Baltimore in Glen Rock PA. I work in Howard county area almost everyday though. I lived on BroklynBridge rd for a long time. I also lived in Whiskey Bottom for a while when i was a teenager.
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Posted 4th November 2010, 02:31 PM
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that can not be a fun commute. Does your buddy have extra baskets on hand to sell? I drive out to see the in laws in lancaster every few weeks and heading that way during rush hour is rough
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I will have to call him and see when he might have some.
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I saw two made from the top & bottom half of a plastic dog crate. They used pegboard. Cheap. Easy to find (craigslist).
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is the entire family into riding? I see a bike for momma bear one for poppa bear and one for a cub
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