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  • Has anybody found a use for the Thomson Seatpost bags
  • Premier Icon orangerider1970
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    Hello I have a Thomson Seatpost but want to use the bag that it came in.

    I can't, for the life of me, think of a single use for it.

    What have Y'all done with yours? I'm looking for genius ideas :0

    Premier Icon fettling
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    Cut bottom off it, put a couple of holes in it to hand it by. you can then use it as a handy plastic bag dispenser.

    Premier Icon sc-xc
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    fill it with lavendar pot pourri and put it in your pants drawer?

    Premier Icon soops
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    cucumber storage? 😉

    Premier Icon tang
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    my daughter uses mine as a recorder case.

    Premier Icon RustySpanner
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    Lives permanently in my cycling rucksack, with my tyre pump and shock pump in. Seems perfectly logical to me 🙂

    Premier Icon carlphillips
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    i use mine as a willy warmer, its a bit snug though 😀

    Premier Icon schrickvr6
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    I've actually found a use for one of mine, my spare shock lives in it. 😀

    Premier Icon Kit
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    I'm about to sell my Thomson post – you could always send it to me so I can post the post in it 😀

    Premier Icon mboy
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    So nobody else has put a snooker ball in theirs and used it to knock people about the head with then?

    😉

    Premier Icon scaredypants
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    I've a Marzocchi fork bag – really no idea what to do with that as I don't own a shotgun

    Premier Icon TheSwede
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    Put a two pool/snooker balls in it 😉

    Premier Icon izakimak
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    I'm going to use mine as a christmas stocking. 🙂
    Apologies for using the c word i know its too early still

    Premier Icon Onzadog
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    Mine contains my shock pump, pressure guage, check valve and valve adaptors.

    The stem bag contains one rear drop out for each bike, spare disc pads for each bike spare cleats and a chain. Instant spares bag if ever I go away at short notice.

    Premier Icon oldgit
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    I left mine on when I fitted the post, just like the polythene on my sofa and the clear vinyl mat on the carpet.
    It's an age thing.

    Premier Icon orangerider1970
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    some good ideas here!!!

    Premier Icon househusband
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    Pump, shock pump and zip ties.

    (Don't actually have a Thomson post at the moment…)

    Premier Icon GW
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    recycle it along with the rest of your unwanted packaging?

    Premier Icon Taff
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    So it's Maverick whose the serial 8-baller, 😆

    Mines seen several things over the years. Tet pegs, gardening stuff,

    Premier Icon mboy
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    Put a two pool/snooker balls in it

    And you put it where you say?

    Thought that was for "exit only"? 😉

    Premier Icon the_lecht_rocks
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    going to use mine for the pump / shock pump purpose……….perhaps

    Premier Icon juan
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    Rampant rabbit bag?

    Premier Icon fontmoss
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    Rampant rabbit bag?

    youll need the 410mm post bag then

    Premier Icon warton
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    inner tube bag, for all my repaired inner tubes, so I know which ones are fixed and which ones aren't

    Premier Icon tang
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    warton – organized. i have a box that looks like a snake pit.

    Premier Icon TheSwede
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    MaverickBoy – Member

    Put a two pool/snooker balls in it

    And you put it where you say?

    Thought that was for "exit only"?
    It's for beating with. You should know that you nonce.

    Premier Icon deus
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    some good ideas,
    i often put my passport/ other documents in it when going on holiday, no sorry that's the stem bag, the post bag has my spare Thomson post in it, doh.

    Marzocchi fork bag, i use it to protect my forks when i'm packing the bike into my bike bag, my mate uses it for his tripod.

    Premier Icon MrAgreeable
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    Make it into a little sleeping bag for your pet ferret.

    Premier Icon martyntr
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    Ideal for putting Action Men in…….. with Barbies…

    Premier Icon gamo
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    Keep spare spokes in mine.

    Premier Icon grantway
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    My Daughter keeps her money in it

    Premier Icon jd-boy
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    Yep, seat post bag for shock pumps and the stem bag for tube, multi tool, lever, phone etc all tucks in the jersey pocket, also them washing machine bags good for inner tube, multi tool, tyre lever, fits in the jersey pocket.

    Premier Icon deserter
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    I use it as a geronimo

    Premier Icon cwsteele
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    My Mum uses them for storing her knitting needles in!

    My lad has found a use for 2 – one houses his Bakugan collection, he other is a home to a family of Gormiti!! (google it u don't know what they are!!!) ;0)

    The seat clamp bags are great for carrying loose change.

    Premier Icon summerwastin
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    use for me music stand when i go out gigging.

    jazz man…..

    nice.

    Premier Icon sangobegger
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    Used as dildo cover,the "beast" can be stashed quietly in ones office desk until it's use as a device for shafting staff over pay/bonuses/perks etc can be exploited to the full."Thomsoned" they call it in hushed voices.

    Premier Icon kunoichi
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    I keep some camping kit in mine – cutlery, pegs, lighter…etc.

    Premier Icon Kuco
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    I just binned 3 of the things. Got sick of seeing them laying around.

    Premier Icon whippersnapper
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    scrabble tiles

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