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this is the finished bicycle trailer. I built it principally because i had all the components lying around and needed a bicycle trailer. many substitutions for the different ...
I had this large plastic bin that comes with it's own top so the trailer could be enclosed and waterproof. The wooden beam accross the top was because ...
the dirty underbelly. this is a good detail shot of the chassis of the trailer. the chassis is made from 8020 extrusions of aluminum. this stuff is robust ...
this is the hardest bit of a trailer. you need really strong axles if they are going to be cantilevered like this. hardened steel axles greater than 10mm ...
here is the detail of the axle to the 8020 attachment. two drilled holes through the axle were simple enough to do a friction fit to the 8020. ...
this is how i built the trailer handle. So that the trailer wouldn't sit at a funny angle I needed an s-bend type thingy to raise the height ...
one of the critical points of a bike trailer is a sufficiently flexible attachment to the bicycle. I have always found a bicycle inner tube lashing works well, ...
this is a good detail of how the trailer attaches at the seatpost.
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