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How do you store your EUC? Show your stands!

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Hey everyone!

 

Starting this thread because I was interested in how people store their EUC?

 

I'll start off. Just made this stand. Time will tell how good it is. If it breaks, then I'll most likely just put it against the wall or make a new stand.

 

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Let the party of inspiration begin!

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I bought a 12x14x16 inch plyometric box and cut down the height before assembly.

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What stand? At the right angle an euc stays up. Just gotta practice the angle.

It helps to have ankle pads that arent super slippery like bare plastic (but not necessary). The stickier the side, the less important the angle.

I know this might sound hilarious to some but if practiced there isn't a place you can't park. Trains/subways/buses included.

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8 hours ago, RockyTop said:

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I made this box for my work van storage. the box is bolted down and has a 12 volt step up charger. The pedals rest on the ledge on the inside. 

Doesn't it drive you crazy to hear the euc rocking back and forth with every acceleraton/deceleration of the car? It needs to lean far enough to stay put during transport.

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6 hours ago, alcatraz said:

Doesn't it drive you crazy to hear the euc rocking back and forth with every acceleraton/deceleration of the car? It needs to lean far enough to stay put during transport.

It is very secure and does not move. The sides of the case have ledges that the entire bottom of the pedals sit on. The tire does not touch the bottom. The case itself is bolted down at bottom and top left. Also when the van door closes it fits to the case. The front edge is angled at about 10 degrees. 

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I made this one a few years back, this is my old 16-inch Firewheel in it at the time. Now it holds my KS14C.

 

 

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12 hours ago, Jrkline "Wheel Whisperer" said:

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How do you even manage to ride all these wheels lol :laughbounce2: I guess you use the wheels at the top rag the least :P

 

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15 hours ago, Jrkline "Wheel Whisperer" said:

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WTH is that wheel on the right? :lol: 

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7 hours ago, ir_fuel said:

WTH is that wheel on the right? :lol: 

I feel like if Power Wheels made an EUC, that would be it right there :D

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ED209 and Tron come to mind as possible names for that euc.

Or is it perhaps merely a travel case?

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On 10/14/2019 at 3:07 AM, alcatraz said:

What stand? At the right angle an euc stays up. Just gotta practice the angle.

It helps to have ankle pads that arent super slippery like bare plastic (but not necessary). The stickier the side, the less important the angle.

I like the simplicity of this approach, and have done this till now, however the wheels are staining the varnished wood floor (same with kickscooters) so yea, stand next..

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Just put a small mat under. No stand needed.

I've got a stone floor so I just mop it clean every few months and you can't tell a euc has ever been stored there several years.

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34 minutes ago, Rehab1 said:

OMG...you have more wheels than Marty! Awesome stands! :thumbup:  You might as well go all of the way:

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:roflmao:

 

Although, I might add, in my mind all the way is this:

 

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