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This pannier uses wire mesh with 5 cm square openings. It is easy to fold and when it is cut to leave a length of wire, this length ...
One picture shows safety glasses. However, a set of strong gloves might also be prudent, especially when dealing with the sharp ends of wire.
The size of this pannier was decided by four factors:1. The 5 cm spacing so between the wire mesh. 2. The size of the pannier. 3. The size ...
To make the folding easier and straighter, holding a sturdy piece of wood securely on the fold line is necessary. The first 20 cm end was folded first ...
The lengths of wire at one end are then twisted around to secure to the other end. If there are no ends to twist, use off-cuts of wire ...
As the pannier is 4 squares by 6 squares, the minimum size of the base must also be 4 x 6 squares. If you have a piece that ...
This step is experimental. A piece with 5 wires is used here. The one on each end is secured to the wire frame. The 3 in the middle ...
As this pannier is used with a removable shopping bag, the wire frame of the pannier can be secured more permanently to the bike carrier. It is recommended ...
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