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#1 of 9 Old 12-19-2010, 09:39 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I have a BOB and a smaller but still big unbrella stroller they are both curently takeing up my whole liveing room . we have a small desk but its not covered and we live in a super rainy area anyone have an ideas

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Could you put the umbrella or bob under a bed to store them? Do you not have a garage/porch?

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uncovered porch the bob is way to big to go under the bed also they are used almost daily we are a walk bus family

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can you get an outdoor storage shed type thing for the porch?  can you keep them in the backyard?

 

http://www.amazon.com/Rubbermaid-3753-Split-Lid-Storage-18-Cubic/dp/B000NUV8B2/ref=pd_sbs_ol_2 

 

 

 

 


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Zebra that is perfect we have been saying the bob needs a garage LOL thank you

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For the umbrella stroller

http://www.metrotots.com/

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We use the yardstash for storing kids bikes and strollers. I think you can buy it on Amazon or www.yardstash.com for $99. It has been very convenient and held up well during the rainy season.

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Probably way too late for the original poster, but I designed this closet mount stroller holder for the bob strollers.  Holds an infant car seat too.  Let me know what you think.

 

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<p>Probably way too late for the original poster, but I designed this closet mount stroller holder for the bob strollers.  Holds an infant car seat too.  Let me know what you think.</p>
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Hi Scott,

My wife and I would love something like this. We have limited space in the entrance closet of our house so this would be perfect. How can I find out more info or do you sell it/the plans? Please let me know.

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