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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by sanjuro, Jun 14, 2012.
Anyone bring a crankset on the plane as a carry on? I am going to have to check it, right?
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*edit: by "yes", I mean you are going to have to check them. What do you think the odds are of some TSA douche even knowing what they are?
lets see ...
dozens of sharp pointy teeth
handle suitable for gripping and swinging around after 3 or 4 airplane bottles of scotch
You'll be fine!
would be a shame to chuck 'em in the garbage...
It is just a XTR crankset. Worthless.
I envy your inevitable success
maybe integrate it into your belt somehow as a buckle?
Smuggle it on in your rectum.
You're from San Francisco, put it down the front of your pants and tell them it's your new piercing.
Mail them to me. I'll take care of them for you.
O do i long for the day when cranksets, lighters, and blow are allowed on airplanes......
Two of the last four times I've checked a bag (always gate checked against my will) they have been lost for some period of time. I never check anything unless there is no other alternative.
my whole bike has made it through 3 countries (cranks included) and made it unscathed. both ways!
i know it's not a crankset, but i take my skateboard as carry on all the time. seems like a crankset might be ok...
Grip the drive side near the pedal hole. Kill somebody one hit.
I've seen a guy take a car spoiler as a carry on. Alu, not carbon. Sharp parts. Warsaw - Munich flight.
The operative words
How many thieving baggage handlers would know what they were?
I don't throw bags. But I do purchase things stolen by the baggage monkeys on the cheap.
I'd say go for it and wear your rainbow bandana mask.
I took my fork as carry on one time. Got a funny look as it went thru x-ray and got asked what it was. I could have beat someone to death quite easily with that 888.
By "both ways" you mean going in and coming out, right?