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- Replacement battery mount for our shark packs
- Compatible with both 52v and 48v versions.
- Perfect for mounting on a spare bike.
- Perfect for people who have lost their keys
- Perfect to try an experimental mounting system
- Bare wires that can be soldered directly to your motor
If you find yourself wanting to use your shark pack with your multiple ebike set ups, this spare mounting bracket/cradle is the answer.
If you lost your keys no problem this will get you going again with 2 fresh keys.
Been wanting to try to creatively mount a shark to your frame but don't want to risk your one and only mount....this can be your extra mount for fooling around with.
1. How do I mount this on my bike?
1. This is designed to mount where a standard 2 hole water bottle cage would attach.
You want one
Posted by Nick Borgstrom52 on Sep 29th 2016
Be sure to use all the included mounting hardware pretty durable if mounted properly. Set one up on a second bike and you can easily Power It Up with the same battery.
Handy for Multiple bikes
Posted by George Sears on May 30th 2016
I bought this because the Shark pack works well enough in a backpack or on a rear rack, depending on the bike. So I keep the original cradle on a hybrid, which is very easy, and I can still use the battery on two other bikes. The cradle is a cradle, and it gives you a set of leads to connect to another bike motor. The add mentions something about losing keys, but the keys are not part of the cradle, as far as I can see. A second cradle is easier that removing the screws if the original is attached to water bottle mounts.
extra cradle made for a nice neat charginf station
Posted by bob on May 20th 2016
I'm not a neat freak, but as nice as everything turned out when I saw the cradle available I saw the opportunity to put a cherry on top of the ice-cream.
Little piece of plywood sprayed gloss black. The charger and cradle mounted to it.
You would almost think I know what I'm doing.
Made for a very nice almost professional looking charging station.