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There are a few of these trailers around, even some that are made in the US, including some from a company that sells multiple options (although they may have stopped, everything is out of stock on Amazon and not on their website). Most are DIY, and some have fairly detailed instructions available. This how to make a cargo trailer question probably answers ...


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Just because the trailer hitch is intended for an axle mount doesn't mean that's your only solution. I'd consider a steel bracket that clamps around both the chain and seat stay, providing a flat area large enough to mount your black hitch permanently. Advantage is it leaves your dropout untouched. Disadvantages The length of the draw bar may not be ...


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I'm curious about why you bought a trailer without checking that it would attach to your bike. It would be better to return it, taking your bike(s) into the shop, and get them to find something that works. You're already suffering from the sunk cost fallacy (you bought something that doesn't work and your proposed solution is to spend more time and effort on ...


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Use a threaded stud instead of a cap screw type bolt on your bike. Thread the stud into the rear hub assembly and then use a nut to tighten the rear frame member to the axle. Then run on one or two more nuts to offset the attach point on the stud to be raised up outside the indented frame coupler member. This will allow you to attach the standard trailer ...



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