i looked on the internet to see what designs were avalible and what other people have done.
the design i liked best was a simple bamboo design i used most of their idear but made a few alterations with advice from my dad who helped me build this!
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i used L shape metal for the frame. and bicycle wheels 2 (front) for the wheels the wheels are fixed into a hole drilled for the axle to be bolted too.
i didnt take any mesurements all you see is done by the hope its straight and big enough, im a sucker for mistakes!
i didnt cut the excess of the bolts off because i think they may come in handy for straps or bungies.
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this was just like building a triangle easy to do but time consumeing.
once the A frame was built i fixed it to the trilor all the way through to the back of the inside bars.
it seemed to give the trailor better steering co-ordination.
the next part was to attach the trailor to the bike i chose to use pipe! (crome or copper is not strong enoug!) i used steel bought from a electricts shop.this goes right the way through to the back bar and out past the A frame centre and keeps going!
but before i attach it i had to bend it into shape. i used pipe benders with a little gentle persuasion i.e. me and dad both swingging of the tool handles it finally bent!
again no mesurements were taken this trailor was built by the hope its gonna fit job!
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its coted with a wood stain to help provent it from the weather. hopefuly
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Step 6: Finished Almost
i couldnt have built this without my dads help he was really cool!
i have added some items to my traylor to help free up my bike. these are showen in the picture below i think it gives the traylor some character