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design and build a bike trailer


 

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idkbrblol(not) a bike trailer

saw a bike uptown, and on the back it had a “sloppy setup” of crosshatched wood. (I didn’t take a closer look at it.) But it did give me an idea of a crosshatching of wood slats that can slide out each side & out the back for extra shelf-space. I also considered a set-up of wood slats that can fan-out.
. 11 months ago


idkbrblolfinally a workable set of wheels ... (or a different set)

Figures that just the time I find a good-great set of wheels {attached to a foldable chassis!}, I find another (bigger, stronger set)!
So do I want the foldability already built-in, or do I want the bigger stronger wheels??

Decisions… decisions…

(This is how it goes with girlfriends. {Don’t even go there.}
I mean they show up in “pairs.”)
. 2 years ago


idkbrblolbike trailer / carriage ?

I’m wondering about the possibility of … well they do make child carriages to tow behind bikes!
This could go somewhere further.
. 2 years ago


idkbrblolflywheel for a bike; or maybe a bike trailer

http://www.sciencefriday.com/videos/watch/10400 2 years ago


idkbrblolcolossal, stupendously prodigious, monumental idea!

(I know I take the risk of using “colossal” & getting laughed-at again like I did in H.S. when I saw a knight’s move that would result in a family fork; semi-immediately forcing another family fork!! Alas, it was not even my game.)

Anyway, it was another good idea while taking a walk! :-)
(It was really really good, but “colossal stupendously prodigious monumental” may be pushing it just a little.)
And it should help with my other’n. 2 years ago


idkbrblol"Bobby where did you get those nails?"

(“Bobby where did you get those nails?” – the ultimate recycling motto.)
I can use these slats I’ve got the computer system settin on! (I’m not really enjoyin it like this anyway.)
These will work much better for a bike trailer anyhow.
. 2 years ago


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