X3 SlingSet – Pair

$50

This product is no longer in production. Check out our new FreeLoader Too Bag arriving in August.

Description

Description

Kayaks, ladders, strollers, bags of chicken feed. If it’s bulky, the SlingSets are up to the task. Slings can be buckled to the V-racks (V-rack buckles included) or can be buckled to the opposite side bag’s straps over the top of the FlightDeck. If using with the Hi-Viz lid, the lid would go on the inside of the sling, not the outside. Sold in pairs. Must be used along with the CargoBay or EdgeRunner WheelSkirts / Leap WheelSkirts otherwise there will be no barrier protecting cargo from the rear wheel.

Dimensions: fabric panel is 27″ long and 19.5″ tall. Top straps add 21″ of height.

What They are Great For:

Carrying bulky items

Compatibility

Compatibility

What X3 Bag Components Are They Compatible With:

CargoBay, Hi-Viz Lid when used with the CargoBay, Leap WheelSkirts, EdgeRunner WheelSkirts, LockPocket

What X3 Bag Components Are They Not Compatible With:

N/A

Warranty

Warranty

Xtracycle warrants each SlingSet against defects in workmanship and materials for one year.  Extend your SlingSet warranty to 2 years by registering your product within 14 days of purchase at: xtracycle.com/register. The warranty does not cover: normal wear and tear; improper installation; damage or failure due to accident, misuse, abuse, or neglect. For more details on the warranty process, please see our Terms and Conditions page: www.xtracycle.com/terms-conditions/

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  1. Question

    David Takemoto-Weerts

    Regarding the $50/pair SlingSet: the photos make the product appear to be large bags that are at least 30″ long, yet the specs say 11″. It’s not clear to me at all what this product really is.

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    • Ashley

      Ashley (Xtracycle staff)

      Apologies for the confusion we caused, David! Those are the shipping dimenions of the SlingSet. Here are the actual dimensions: fabric panel is 27″ long and 19.5″ tall. Top straps add 21″ of height. This video is really helpful in showing the capability of the SlingSet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeD6gaVgNNU&feature=emb_logo

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    Jenni

    Will the sling set work with other brands of cargo bike, like a Yuba?

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    • FreeRadical owner

      Do the Slingsets work with the original generations Xtracycle FreeRadical?

      Thanks.

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      Ashley (Xtracycle staff)

      Hey there! Yes, the SlingSet does indeed work on the FreeRadical. Since the Sling is just the outer sling part, you will want to be sure you are using it along with something that covers the back wheel, like a CargoBay or FreeRad Leap WheelSkirt. Let us know if we can help answer any additional questions!

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    • Ashley

      Ashley (Xtracycle staff)

      Hey there, Jenni!

      We are not aware of the SlingSet working on non-Xtracycle brand cargo bikes. Sorry I couldn’t be of any more help!

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  3. Question

    David White

    How do you carry a ladder using the SlingSet without something like the old Long Loader to hold it out clear of your foot?

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    • Ashley

      Ashley (Xtracycle staff)

      Great question, David! I also do not use a LongLoader when carrying long loads but can easily give myself pedal clearance with a stick. You can see in my picture of carrying a kayak here: https://www.instagram.com/p/BHvYnLcBG78/. I used Gear Ties to attach a hiking stick to my Hooptie. My kayak rests against this and the front is bumped out. You could also use a block of wood, rolled up towels, etc. to put between the ladder and your frame to help bump the ladder away from the pedals. Best of luck and let us know how it goes!

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