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Build a nice bike trailer out of a piece of electrical conduit and some old bike bits
Two bike forks wheels for the forks A piece of 10' steel electrical conduit that can fit (snuggly-ish)over the head of the bike fork. 1" conduit worked for ...
I can think of three ways to assemble this, all of which would work pretty well. The differences are how you attach the bits of conduit to one ...
Take the 1" conduit, and bend it to make a _____ | | | | | | | | kind of shape. There are several instructables on how ...
Take your bike forks (keep the wheels off them for now) and stick them into the open ends of the conduit. Use your preferred method of attaching them. ...
Use a hacksaw, pipe cutter, or grinder to cut a piece off the other conduit that will brace across your frame. Attach it near the wheels. The picture's ...
Now, cut another piece of conduit that can run length-wise. This isn't very structural, but it's handy to attach things to them when you want to trail around. ...
put the wheels on put the wheels on put the wheels on put the wheels on put the wheels on put the wheels on put the wheels on ...
The tongue is the piece of wood that will attach to your bike. You probably want 3 feet or so between the bike and the trailer, and then ...
Now, attach the tongue to your bike seat with another inner tube. Lash it tightly.
sweet, you're doneGo bike around and haul things.I'm pretty sure I wouldn't trust it with a human's weight, but I used this trailer to carry my laundry to ...
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