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Man explored the world in ships of mostly sticks mostly tied and pegged together. Multi-story scaffolds made of bamboo tied together are still used in the construction of tall buildings in the orient. This is reasonable construction requiring few tools.
I did a quick fix on a trailer using marlin years ago that lasted an embarrassingly long time before I shamed myself into a proper fix.
If one does not shift much like me it does not matter where the shifters are.


Looks kind of like this rack: http://store.velo-orange.com/index.php/accessories/racks-decaleurs/viva-saddle-bag-support.html

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