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Not necessarily stolen. Independent grocery stores sometimes give these grocery baskets away. They end up with bent frames, stuck or broken wheels or are just too rusty. It seems that it is more costly to have them fixed that it is to replace them. I recently acquired three of them and could have had twenty. I picked those that would still roll but they are all bent and have some rust. I have not bothered to straighten them yet as they work fine for my needs. The rest were picked up and sold for scrap.


That grocery basket hack doesn't look too sturdy.

Is that black electrical tape holding the basket to the last bike's handlebars?


ha i think its a bike tube, the duct tape of riding


Have you been turned down by other lenders?


Merry Christmas! I wish you a lot of gifts and luck in the new year.

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