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various angles of my trailer. also some pics of my 'mule'. trailer was salvaged from trash. the ripstop nylon was Sun damaged so I removed and put bed crib rail as bottom. everything is held together with zip ties but is very strong. I carried 200lb landlord on it. please refrain from jokes about small Asian girl and rickshaws ha.
I really like how the trailer wheels are enclosed/sandwhiched/ensconced between the frame and that outside protective bar. Acts like a sort of side bumper/brush guard. Wish my trailer had that! LoL. And definitely dont knock zipties! Things are worth more than their weight in gold!
Oh, you can also cut off the excess length of the zipties for a "cleaner" look.
<p>This looks like a very useful trailer. Thanks for sharing!</p>
it's a little wide, but I can't even tell it's back there. please notice big reflector in rear I 'borrowed' from a barricade that was left behind by road workers. ha.

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