Dogs and Sidecar
hdjoe
Posted 11/3/2017 3:19 AM (#95584)
Subject: Dogs and Sidecar


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Well, I find my sidecar a bit on the small side now. When I had one German Shepherd my Harley sidecar was perfect, however I now have two so what to do? I finally decided that I would build a new bucket that was big enough for two.



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AJ1200
Posted 11/3/2017 8:28 AM (#95585 - in reply to #95584)
Subject: Re: Dogs and Sidecar



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Very impressive work. I look forward to seeing the finished tub. are you going to glass it
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OldSchool_IsCool
Posted 11/3/2017 9:04 AM (#95588 - in reply to #95584)
Subject: Re: Dogs and Sidecar



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Agreed, very impressive work!
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Reardan Tom
Posted 11/3/2017 9:30 AM (#95592 - in reply to #95584)
Subject: Re: Dogs and Sidecar



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A good solution to getting two large dogs to fit... Another is Ron Ridenour's solution- both dogs jump in and he tells them, "You guys work it out."
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4 Paws
Posted 11/5/2017 9:41 AM (#95602 - in reply to #95584)
Subject: Re: Dogs and Sidecar


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I like the way you think.
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Peter Pan
Posted 11/5/2017 10:22 AM (#95603 - in reply to #95584)
Subject: Re: Dogs and Sidecar



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You guys work it out => bad for the smallest (Camilla the Tacobell Pinsher bread, rip)...the two large ones Labrador and Irish Setter/Golden bread followed and jumped in at the first stop, unisono on top of her... good laugh for all who stood around.

Bravo, I like the idea: "Lo que no se consigue, se hace."="What you don't get, you make up."
That was my motto too during the first 15 years of my machine shop.
Sven
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bentleyssq
Posted 11/6/2017 8:45 AM (#95625 - in reply to #95584)
Subject: Re: Dogs and Sidecar



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Very nice work.
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