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P1ZombieKiller
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I just bought a rear bag, and it needs some more sand. It is filled with heavy sand, and I really do not need to add any more weight, I just need to have it filled better so it does not sag.

Can I add regular play sand to it? or do I need to get the same kind of sand so that it feels the same?


1 more thing... do you have any really nice tips for filling other that just placing a funnel in the tube, and letting it pour?
Preacher
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Poke it with a chop stick really good to help pack it in while your filling it
If you don't have heavy sand, play sand will be OK, but some kinds of it have been know to attract moisture .....
sam3030
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if you use play sand dry it in your oven, dry sand pours better put some on a cookie sheet
LHSMITH
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Mix some talcum powder in with the dry sand.
CyaN1de
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I used Glass Micro Bead in mine and it seems to work well.
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