April 23, 2018
A Bag-M-Wave Bag To The Front Basket With A Handle
– Mounted to the front basket
– Strong and durable material.
– Mounted on a special and comfortable clip
– color: black
M-Wave Wire Bicycle Basket With Clip-on Bracket
- The picture featured a dog in the basket but it didn’t mention how easily the dogs nails would get stuck in the holes.
- Had to make a pouch to go in it so his nails wouldn’t get stuck.
- Also, the bracket that attaches to the bicycle has a trick to it.
- You have to twist it down until the flat part goes against the underside of your handle bars.
- Also, when removing the basket, you have to pull the orange knob out to slip it off the bracket.
- When I go to place it back into the bracket, it doesn’t seem to totally click back into place.
- I have push and wiggle it around to get it to sit back into the bracket right.
- Once I figured all this out, it’s a pretty neat basket.
- I like how sturdy the metal feels and it has a higher side on the front so your belongings (or little dog in my case) are secure in there.
- Had a little trouble getting it on handle bar at first but was able to figure it out.
- I like that it is a removable basket, that comes in handy too.
- The round clips that go around the handlebar are cheap plastic.
- As I was tightening them on the handlebar one of them began to split.
- That was annoying, but I figured I could make my own out of metal when the time came and the clip broke completely.
- My wife put a small dog in the basket (4-5 lbs) and we took a ride.
- My wife had to try to steer the bike and hold the basket the remainder of the trip.
- I bought a Wald 3133 Q-R from a local outfit and it works great: easier to install and an order of magnitude more sturdy.
Planet Audio TQ60C 6.5-Inch 2-Way Poly Injection Cone Component Speaker System (Black)
- It can be hard like fiberglass, squishy like upholstery foam, protective like varnish, bouncy like rubber, or sticky like glue.
- In the specific case of our cones, this material allows for maximum flexibility that produces great sounding speakers lasting you a long, long time.
- Butyl rubber has applications from sports equipment to automotive parts, the medical industry, and more.
- We use them for the Surrounds that connect the cone to the basket.
- Did you know that most modern chewing gum uses food-grade butyl rubber as the central gum base, which contributes not only to the gum’s elasticity but to an obstinate, sticky quality?
- Just like that chewing gum, the Butyl Rubber Surround in our speakers can take the equivalent amount of abuse without quitting on you.
- The dome shape radiates sound with a wider dispersion pattern than the semi-dome design.
- Since high-frequency sound waves are very directional, a wider dispersion of the sound waves will give you a larger “sweet spot” to work with when setting up your system.
- The first thing I noticed was the magnet was much larger that stock (Which is about normal) and the depth looked a bit more but should not be a big deal.
- The other thing I noticed was the plastic ring on the speakers face where the mounting screws go was twice as tall.
- This made for trouble when trying to mount them onto the S10’s panel as the panels studs were too short for the taller plastic ring.
- Well the plastic ring on these speakers was not glued down very well so I helped it along and popped them off the rest of the way.
- I then removed the shorter ones from the OEM speakers and glued them onto these speakers and then they mounted up to the trucks trim panels.
- As for the sound, I can’t say its all that great but considering the price, its what I expected.
- The reviews made these sound like they would be pretty good for the money.
- They look great but I was very disappointed in the performance though.
- If someone is looking to replace a speaker in a car they are going to sell then by all means these fit the bill.
- The highs are nearly non-existent and the speaker efficiency is terrible.
- I have these and two Kicker 4×6 coaxial speakers connected to a JVC head unit and I can’t even hear the Planet Audio speakers over the smaller Kickers without fading the stereo to the front speakers.
- I will probably put these on the shelf to use if I ever sell the car.
- I plugged them into a 50 watt amp board, and anything over 1/4 turn on my max volume, they have intense distortion and terrible sound.
- Unless you are plugging them into a 10 or 15 watt amp, HUGE waste of money.
- Both speakers sound terrible, it is NOT just a defective speaker.
- Now, I didn’t try them before putting my truck back together and should so I can ship them back.
- They are so weak, I turned fade to rears since I couldn’t hear them when balanced.
- There is barely enough sound coming from these speaker to know they work.
- So, if you’re looking for rear 2 way speakers, PLEASE don’t waste any time or money on Planet audio.
- I’m not sure if they have a better line of speakers but these ones shouldn’t even be up for sale.
- I should have just waited and bought the JBLs or another reputable speaker.
- I really didn’t think there were a horrible set of 4×6 rears.
- I wish now that I could put the money wasted on these toward a better pair.
- AFTER READING THIS, NOW I KNOW I WILL NEVER BUY ANOTHER PLANET AUDIO PRODUCT!!!