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Old Today, 07:44 PM   #1
Pastaman OP
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Exposed sidecar wheel: safety tips suggestion ?

Hi,
The sidecar wheel on my chair is quite exposed to the passenger and I don't want my 5 years old daughter to put her little hand in there while riding

The flat and square parts holding the fender are made of steel and fender is fiber glass or plastic.

I'm not a highly skilled mechanic but I can drill, weld, tie zip. I'd like to find a solution to improve the protection. Any ideas ? Something that will be functional and not too ugly

Thanks !



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Old Today, 08:17 PM   #2
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Find a sheet of black plastic sheeting. Something light enough to cut with a razor knife. Make a "skirt" of sorts and creatively attach to all those braces you have with zip ties if necessary. Might not be a perminant solution but should work...and keep the "L'il ones" appendages safe.
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