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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by Reddog, Oct 6, 2011.
Trying to make sure the dogs won't hang a leg up in gaps, and taillight choice:
Back from Rhinolinerland:
VERY Nice! If I pass on and become a dog I want to come live with you!
Thanks for the compliments, Johnathan at Global Linings here in Gunnison did a fantastic job. Looks better than I could have imagined. Of course, the dogs are the tough judges...
Nice Job,Looks Great
That looks AWSOME !!,I have bedliner on mine also..great stuff.That has to be the biggest fender I have ever seen on a rig !!,fits the car perfect !!.
Sun came out and got a few pics. Got the wiring done, LED lights are cool. Got the floor in and carpeted, good for doggie traction. Waiting for a couple pieces of lexan for the windshield and she will be bout done. Thanks for all the kind words and thanks to the guys at DMC for providing such a nice platform to build on!
Keep the pics coming!
Nice job! How do the dogs like it?
THis is the second hack setup I have had and in my limited experience, I have found that dogs love hacks. Mine have not ridden in it yet, but a buddy who has been following the build closely came by yesterday with his Dobie, Hammer.
After a short ride with the 3 of us, Brad (my buddy) took Hammer for a ride and he loved it. So I guess it's doggie ready
I still have to put a couple tie downs in it for mine, our Corgi is kinda a spaz and our Berner is still kinda klutzy and could fall (not jump) out. ..
I'll get some pics once we all load up.
Anybody have any experience with Doggles??
the corgi won't stand still for photos...
That is a nice rig, great job.
Despite liking how the rig turned out all around, I've decided to sell it. Dogs like it, I like it, but I do more around town short hops and leaving them in the rig while I go in someplace is not proving to be a good plan. The big one wants to escape and run free and the little one acts like a finicky car alarm and goes off all the time. The crew at DMC can set you up with brackets to hang the hack on your bike if so desired. Thanks for the interest in the project, it's been fun.