Last Call – Could This Be The One?

For your Hooniverse Two Wheel Tuesday Last Call viewing pleasure,

I offer this Post Apocalyptic Dirt Bike candidate

for your enjoyment. What do you my fellow Hoons think?

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  1. P161911 Avatar

    Those are only 20mm ammo cans. I usually use the slightly bigger 40mm ammo cans for truck tool boxes. Either way they make nice waterproof storage, just remember to reseal any holes you drill for mounting, but on closer inspection I see these are welded. The disadvantage of the bigger ammo cans (those larger than .50 cal) is the lack of a hinged lid. You have to take that whole lid off to access the contents.

    1. coupeZ600 Avatar

      Absolutely the very first thing you need to do when you find yourself anywhere near a 20 mil is to grab a 4-5 inch grinder with a cut-off wheel and remove those stupid lips that come up on the can above the bail whose sole purpose is to center the lid before closing. They don't even work very good for that, and if someone ever tries to open the lid like a hinged 50/30 cal., it bends that lip out into a katana-like blade that will cut you open quickedy-quick. After you get rid of those lips and file them smooth, duct tape (the black hundred-mile-an-hour stuff, not that gray shit) one of the bails closed to the side of the box and with only the slightest instruction or common sense you more or less have a "hinged" 20 mil.
      And paint it! Whatever color the gov't chose for these things must have been decided upon which color could attract and hold heat better than black,…And they found it.

      1. CBQ_241 Avatar

        I use a 20mm can as a center console in my 4wheeling rig. Just weld a hinge and a hasp on it, pad the top for a armrest for waterproof hoopty security. Radio, cb, ecm and glock all safe and dry.

        1. texlenin Avatar

          I'm using a pair of the plastic 25mm ammo cans for panniers on my tadpole
          recumbent (KMX ST). A couple of bits of thin metal for hanging bracketry,
          a rubber bumper to stop bouncing, and 7lbs each of waterproof goodness!
          They still have the explosive warning stickers on the sides, which the cops
          I also us a 5qt collapsible water bladder hanging from the back of the seat.
          MIL-Spec- it can't be beat!

  2. IronBallsMcG Avatar

    I thought we decided it was "post-atacolyptic."

    1. Black Steelies Avatar

      We did, but honestly in the atacolypse we may have to consider our 2-wheeled options as well for maneuverability and decent fuel mileage. Remember, like the mail, the tacos always go through.

  3. Alff Avatar

    Be careful when you kick start.

  4. mdharrell Avatar

    End-times two-wheeled transport just makes me think of this:
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    from my 1955 edition of How to Prospect for Uranium (A Fawcett How-To Book). I suspect being plunged into a post-apocalpytic hellscape wouldn't have produced a single change in this guy's methods of operation. It probably would have taken him a while even to notice the difference.

  5. jjd241 Avatar

    Ghost Rider could kick his ass!
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