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rossinote

Since 23 Apr 2015
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PostThu Apr 23, 15 8:31 pm    Kite Cart Reply with quote

for those long walks from the parking lot to the beach (typical in Southern California)

Made from PVC pipe fittings and 2 stainless steel axles.



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groundclown

Since 12 May 2007
135 Posts
Hood River
Stoked



PostMon Apr 27, 15 5:59 pm     Reply with quote

Gets me to the wind...
15w solar panel, 650w inverter, rice maker, solar shower and all the camping supplies.


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airon^

Since 07 Aug 2013
282 Posts
Durango
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PostMon Apr 27, 15 8:07 pm    this thread Reply with quote

is ruining me

already been looking at my kids burley to disassemble and the Thor website to disassemble the college fund

Shocked

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deminimis

Since 15 Jul 2014
261 Posts
On the Rocks
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PostThu Feb 25, 16 9:03 pm     Reply with quote

Just starting our new Baja rig.


When finished, in a bazillion years, it will look like this





This will make short work of day trips to Cabo Pulmo, Cerritos, etc. Hope to have it ready by this time next year.

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Occupied Columbia

Since 12 Nov 2011
342 Posts
Columbia City
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PostThu Feb 25, 16 10:28 pm    my kite rig last Sunday Reply with quote




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deminimis

Since 15 Jul 2014
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PostThu Jan 19, 17 12:02 pm     Reply with quote

Although further along than in this pic, it's not even close. Perhaps I'll have it done for LV in '18....perhaps.



These will help suck up the road to Cabo Pulmo for the non-wind days:



Front wheel track width too wide at 100" with the current front arms. Building new arms during these snow days to get the track width to a reasonable 94" (same range as the Class 1 buggies that race the Baja). It's been a process.

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JohnB

Since 02 Aug 2010
425 Posts
Vancouver
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PostThu Jan 19, 17 8:17 pm     Reply with quote

I set up a snowkite trailer for this season. Complete with propane furnace, fold down couch/bed, Led lights, trailer brakes and studded tires.

Works great for overnights and as a warm up rig.







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Sasquatch

Since 09 Mar 2005
1531 Posts
P-town
STACKED



PostFri Jan 20, 17 5:30 pm     Reply with quote

[quote="JohnB"]I set up a snowkite trailer for this season. Complete with propane furnace, fold down couch/bed, Led lights, trailer brakes and studded tires.

Works great for overnights and as a warm up rig.quote]

"double-team supreme!"

A few of questions:

Does the trailer have a "side hatch" for Kyle and or for an alternate/emergency exit?

Do you have a CO2/smoke alarm in it?

Looks like you have a bunch of tools, but do you have a French Tickler in your set?

See Tenacious D 10 minute comical vid to understand most q's.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrJtQHcpf3I

or the shorter version (not as good)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=212XFe-ICeM Exclamation

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pfchurchill

Since 11 Oct 2016
4 Posts
New Hamsphire
Kook



PostSat Jan 21, 17 7:21 am    Ford Transit for Windsurfing, Kitebing and Mtn Biking Reply with quote

Every fall around Labor Day, we travel from NH across the country in our Ford Transit Extended cargo van outfitted with the basics. It holds 6 windsurf boards, 4 masts, 4 booms, 6 sails, 4 kiteboards, 4 kites, the rubber, bike clothes, and 4 bikes. It's comfortable, cozy, gets great gas mileage. Our schedule is drive a little, mountain bike for the day and then drive a little and camp. Repeat, hitting all the great biking trails, national parks and visiting windsurfing folks we've met from Padre and La Ventana along the way. Last year, we drove down the Baja to stay on La Ventana for 3 months. This year to Padre, for 2 months, then to El Cuyo (where we are now--we flew here) and then back to padre before heading home in April, following the Appalachians for some good mtn biking on the way home. We love the van, all it holds, how it handles...

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Occupied Columbia

Since 12 Nov 2011
342 Posts
Columbia City
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PostTue Jan 24, 17 12:36 pm     Reply with quote

These snow bikes are the ticket. Going up for sale though. I'll get another next season. I have a big job coming up in Oahu so I won't have time for snow.

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JOJO

Since 12 Mar 2008
49 Posts
PDX
 



PostFri Jan 27, 17 10:29 pm     Reply with quote

One of my all time favourite threads, wondered if it would come back.
Struggling to get pics online of mine.

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Spike

Since 13 May 2007
1411 Posts
Alameda
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PostMon Jan 30, 17 7:53 pm     Reply with quote

Just got mine! The plan is to build it out before the beginning of this year's kite season.

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deminimis

Since 15 Jul 2014
261 Posts
On the Rocks
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PostMon Jan 30, 17 7:55 pm     Reply with quote

Nice!

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Kraemer

Since 24 Apr 2006
1683 Posts
Sky Pilot
Unicorn Captain



PostTue Jan 31, 17 4:07 pm     Reply with quote

Natural Habitat

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Hein

Since 08 Mar 2005
1204 Posts

Possessed



PostMon Feb 06, 17 8:15 am     Reply with quote

Our vans on a road trip to Denver for our daughter's wedding.



links to the builds:
Transit build
Sprinter build

Please visit our ebay store where your can get stuff for your kite-mobile.

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Wind Slither

Since 04 Mar 2005
2254 Posts
The 503
CRAB-KILLER



PostSun Feb 12, 17 8:23 am     Reply with quote

Somebody go get this thing today for free and fix it up!

https://portland.craigslist.org/wsc/zip/6000148650.html


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shymac

Since 20 Jul 2005
893 Posts
Home Valley, Wa.
Outside Van



PostTue Feb 28, 17 3:51 pm     Reply with quote


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