Xtracycle's SideCar is best used with a deck - this HDPE deck is manufactured in Minnesota from recycled municipal garbage cans. HPDE is what your plastic cutting board is likely made of, and it makes a great deck for the same reasons: it is waterproof, UV proof, resists scratches and dings, and is very strong.
This deck is 1/8" thick and has a weight capacity of 250 pounds. Secure it to your SideCar with the hardware included on the SideCar.
Using recycled plastic reduces our ecological impact and keeps perfectly good plastic out of the waste stream. These decks are made outside of Minneapolis, MN by RPI. Check out their awesome process for making new plastic sheets out of old plastic products in this tour.
|Materials||100% post-consumer HDPE|
The SideCar Deck is guaranteed to be free from manufacturing defects for one (1) year from the original date of purchase.
Defective products will be repaired or replaced at Xtracycle's discretion. To determine if a warranty claim is valid you may be required to return the product to Xtracycle for inspection. Xtracycle is not responsible for removal, installation or shipping costs. This warranty applies only to the original buyer and is not transferable.
This warranty does not cover damage from use of this product outside of its intended range or that resulting from modification or neglect. It also does not cover wear and tear resulting from the normal use of the product.
If think you have a warranty issue, please email us with as much information as you can. Particularly helpful information includes: Pictures of the issue, any background on how and where the product was being used when the issue occured, and proof of purchase.
Thank you for your help in resolving your warranty inquiry as efficiently as possible.
Remove the M5 bolts from the SideCar frame. Save these bolts, you'll need them to attach the deck later! Place the deck over the Sidecar frame matching the rounded corners on the deck to those on the frame, and with the Xtracycle logo is facing up (or down, you rebel you). Line up the holes in the deck with the riv-nuts in the frame, and insert the screws through the deck into the riv-nuts. Tighten all the screws alternating sides then go out and ride!