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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-17-2015, 11:25 PM Thread Starter
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Witchdoctors is now carrying my cross bike trunk storage mount! Be sure to check it out, along with all the other great products they have available!

http://buywitchdoctors.com/p/3099/vi...ss-bike-sc-36/

I will still be offering the mounts for sale myself as well through this forum.

Thanks, Mark
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Very cool, if I had a trunk one of those would be on my wish list!

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They are very nice and I highly recommend them. I am the owner of the pair of them shown in Spunkler's third picture above. They get the trunks out of the way such that a bike can be parked right up against the wall under them. They are sturdy when mounted properly. They provide a nice place to hang bike gear. I have my two jackets and vest, two helmets, and some other assorted nets and rungees (not a misspelling, look it up) hanging from them.

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SWEET! I saw a couple of months ago he had someone else's trunk mount on there for like $139 but I liked yours better.

I wanted to buy one but my clothes dryer thought otherwise.



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Dude...you could have just bought the trunk rack and hung your clothes on there to dry.

BAM! Two birds with one stone.

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They are very nice and I highly recommend them. I am the owner of the pair of them shown in Spunkler's third picture above. They get the trunks out of the way such that a bike can be parked right up against the wall under them. They are sturdy when mounted properly. They provide a nice place to hang bike gear. I have my two jackets and vest, two helmets, and some other assorted nets and rungees (not a misspelling, look it up) hanging from them.

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Thanks Vinish.Your install job turned out awesome. Thanks again for your support
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SWEET! I saw a couple of months ago he had someone else's trunk mount on there for like $139 but I liked yours better.

I wanted to buy one but my clothes dryer thought otherwise.
Thanks broggyr. I was unaware there was another for sale out there until Witchdoctor pointed it out! Two different approaches with somewhat the same goal. Springs a coming!!!!
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Dude...you could have just bought the trunk rack and hung your clothes on there to dry.

BAM! Two birds with one stone.
Now that's funny ....but true!!!!!
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Dude...you could have just bought the trunk rack and hung your clothes on there to dry.

BAM! Two birds with one stone.
It's literally 35F in my garage right now. No thanks



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That's awesome, congrats. I am really contemplating purchasing one of these! Will probably do it soon!
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