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    Bungee net for cyclerack?

    I'm looking for a blue bungee cargo net that's a good fit for a cyclerack. I tried to search the forum found a billion cyclerack threads but nothing with cargo net in the title... I see a lot of them on ebay most are 15 inches unstretched this seems kind of big to me.
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    I have one I used for a long time during my 'touring' days to hold my dri-bag on. worked better than 2 'X' bungees. I'll measure it and get back to you. try Tractor Supply if you have one near by
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    I bought a small ATV Bungee net at Walmart for about $6, I use it as a top net on a basket, it has 6 hooks on it. If that is still a little large for what you need, you could just fold it in half and hook the four corner hooks on one side and the other 2 (which are actually the middle 2 hooks) on the side.
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    Just a heads up, I won't be selling the stock carb anytime soon. The mikuni I got is not a good fit for this bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustin View Post
    Just a heads up, I won't be selling the stock carb anytime soon. The mikuni I got is not a good fit for this bike.
    Did you try a bungee net?
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    Check out Bob's Cycle Supply. I bought one from them, and it is blue. Matches Junior's colors nicely.
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    I find the 15" too small at times. Never too big. I agree about using straps too. I use my bungee net to keep items from moving, after they are strapped down. YMMV
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    Quote Originally Posted by TWROG View Post
    Did you try a bungee net?
    Man Im not sure how this post ended up here.

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    15"" is correct. I've got 2, 1 tight for small items & 1 looser for larger items. Add the hooker & ROK straps & you should be great. See my cargo net here:https://tw200forum.com/forum/albumall.php 'City Dub'

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