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Wald 520 Rear Twin Bicycle Carrier Basket (13.5 x 6.25 x 11)

by Wald

Price: $42.36 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Wald 520 rear basket
  • Measures 13.5 x 6.25 x 11 inch
  • This is a double basket there is one on each side
  • Offers a wired platform extending over the rear wheel for additional cargo capacity
  • The dimensions of the package are 15x10x15
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$42.36 & FREE Shipping. Details Only 16 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by Amazon.com. Gift-wrap available.

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Technical Details


Product Description

These timeless rear rack and basket combinations allow transport of longer boxes or heavier items on the rear of the bike where greater load stability can be achieved. Newspapers, large overnight express boxes, or long-stem bouquets sit easily in the deep baskets and can be secured to the wires if necessary. The carriers also offer a wired platform extending over the rear wheel for additional cargo capacity.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 6.2 x 11 inches ; 4.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001EL7P34
  • Item model number: 520
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,941 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

A well made product and Highly Recommended!!!!!
Shavuotis
The instructions can be found on the Wald website, but they are not very good instructions.
JimmyKeepCool
This basket is very well made, and was fairly easy to install.
GROG

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By IFK on August 26, 2009
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This is a very high-quality piece made out of heavy steel wire, with great welds and zinc plating. It looks very sturdy and should support plenty of weight. It's also made in the USA, which is another bonus. However, this basket will require some time and effort effort to mount on most mountain bikes. If I didn't have a nice collection of fasteners, a power drill, and the tools required to cut bolts to size I probably would not have been able to mount this on my bike. It doesn't just bolt on and you shouldn't expect it to. I'm guessing it would work much better if you had the old-school cruiser style bike with fenders and chrome.

This is a quality product, but you might have to use some ingenuity when it comes to getting it on your bike.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By gergelim38 on October 25, 2008
i got these baskets off craigslist but these are exactly what i have, with all the same parts.

The biggest issue for me was successfully installing the baskets onto my bike. maybe if i wasn't just a regular ol commuter but a bike tech, or superman, i'd be able to get them on. i have an 18.5" Jamis commuter. the main problem is not the "legs" that attach near the wheel, but attaching the parts at the bottom of the seatpost. it has so far been impossible because once attached, the attachment prevents the back brakes from functioning. in the process of trying to attach, i've scratched up some paint on my bike.

i went to a local bike shop and someone there thankfully devised a solution for $5. i love the baskets!

thus, while i recommend the baskets, you should know that depending on your bike, you might run into a little trouble installing
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Lexi on April 7, 2011
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The pictures don't do the basket justice. I was a little worried about the quality when I ordered it, but while reading various bike blogs the name 'Wald' kept coming up always attached to assurances of quality. The images didn't reassure me and the price made me uncertain but I purchased the basket anyway and I'm very glad that I did.

The box arrived pretty banged up with poor packaging but the baskets were in top condition. My husband and I installed them on my Huffy cranbrook cruiser with only a little bit of difficulty on the chain side. Eventually I stuck the nut a piece of tape and held it in place while my husband got the screw aligned and tightened it up. We had to take the seat off to install the brackets that attach to the back of the bike but that was mostly because of some awkward angles and the fact we didn't have any needle nosed pliers, just a pair of blunt noses and a flat head screwdriver.

A word of caution: if you have painted fenders lay a towel over them before you start installing the baskets. My fenders are now scuffed up from the metal rubbing against the paint as we shifted the baskets around for the best fit. Doesn't rate detracting a star as it was our own fault for lack of foresight.

Once installed the baskets are quite solid, much more so than I thought they would be. I would pay $30 again for these baskets I'm quite happy with them. If the Wald rack (sans baskets) is the same quality as the ones I bought I would be perfectly confident that a friend could hop onto the back for me to pedal around in the dutch style.
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26 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Rob G on March 29, 2012
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First of all, I hate to see a good product tarnished by some bad reviews because some half wit can't spend 5 minutes trying to ummm FIGURE IT OUT ON THEIR OWN. The assembly is simple, almost fool proof. No wonder India and China are gladly taking any job that requires any sort of critical spatial thinking. But that's a story for another day. A few notes, and even a sarcastic but helpful link for some of the people struggling out there:

1. Seriously, try and figure it out before complaining on Amazon. If youre still stuck, well, gosh, maybe someone at Wald thought of that and put some instructions online.... Hmmmmm.... If only there was a way to use some sort of... computational ENGINE.... to SEARCH..... The WEB for some instructions! Holy crap someone already invented that? [...] I found this .PDF to be particularly useful: [...]

2. The product itself is quite nice, especially for the price. I happen to work in an industry where wire formed products are quite common (consumer goods, ie shower caddies and the like. Exciting, I know!) and for the amount of wire, welds, and most importantly, the quality of the plating (which is crucial for rust protection) are all top notch. The nuts are actually nylon locking. The bolts are not stainless steel, but I upgraded at Lowes for like $2.

3. Lastly, the baskets are 12.5" by 10" by 4.5" at the bottom and taper out towards the top. Plenty big for most items.

I am pleased with my purchase.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Great rack and baskets on February 6, 2011
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Very well built rack/basket, I bought the medium size because the small is too small and the big is "too big" and makes it harder to mount and dismount your bike (they stick out in the back of bike). They are excellent for grocery shopping, going to school and of course, great if you go fishing or camping on your bicycle, you can haul all your gear :)

I had to bend the end of it using a vise and make it fit the bike, and had to buy seatpost clamp with rack adapter (cost $10), and it did fit perfectly :)

This baskets are excellent if you want to utilize your bike to its fullest potential. They don't rattle and very sturdy. If you hauling only books and laptop, go with the smallest size, otherwise do the medium. I will give it 5 starts.
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