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Old February 5th, 2021, 9:28 PM   #1
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Default Front rack on a Yo Eddy ???

Wanting to put a rack on my Yo eddy - Does anyone have suggestions ? Options of drilling the beautiful Yo fork or having a tab welded don't really seem that appealing - whats everyone's take on it ?

Appreciate the opinions -

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Old February 6th, 2021, 12:46 AM   #2
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Wanting to put a rack on my Yo eddy - Does anyone have suggestions ? Options of drilling the beautiful Yo fork or having a tab welded don't really seem that appealing - whats everyone's take on it ?

Appreciate the opinions -
Probably make a rack with a 3point mount, one of which inserts up into the bottom of the forks steerer with an expander wedge, plus two extensions that reach from the front of the rack back toward your brakes and bolt on to the studs under your brake bolts. Bit of finagling. Still easier than getting a rack on a Ti Fat.

Otherwise, a rear seatpost clamp rack works well to tip you over at stop signs. ...or, just embrace the cruising lifestyle and dangle a basket off your bars. Get into the spirit of the thing and put some flowers in it.
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