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how to build a bike trailer hitch

by:HGB     2020-06-15
In bike travel, dragging the trailer behind the bike reduces the weight of the equipment on the bike and puts it all on the trailer.
This reduces the center of gravity of the bike to accommodate the feeling of no burden.
This also makes the bike more stable and less susceptible to the shock of travel.
Build your own bike trailer suspension based on the rear bike frame, you can drag different types of trailers without having to install different types of suspension.
A homemade trailer allows the trailer not to ride a bicycle
Specific to drag.
Description difficulty: it is quite easy to install a rear bike frame on your bike.
Follow the instructions attached to the bike frame to ensure proper installation.
Drill three holes at one end of the flat aluminum bar.
Drill the first hole 1 inch from the end and the second hole 4 inch from the first hole.
The last hole is in the middle of the two holes.
Drill holes on the rear bike frame to match the drill holes on the flat aluminum rod.
Allow one and a half feet of the bar to stretch out the back of the shelf.
Bend the flat aluminum bar on the line 6 inch from the end.
The angle you bend depends on the height of your rear frame;
Bend the angle so that the surface of the rod is close to the rear wheel, but leave a gap a few inches wide.
After the end, your bar will have a short six-
Three holes and an inch part of the foot part at half past one long.
Tie the aluminum rod to the bike frame.
The size of the bolt depends on the thickness of the rack.
Once the bolt is fixed, the curved part of the rod extends to the ground.
Bend the flat aluminum bar on the line 2 inch from the end of the longer part until two
The inch part is parallel to the ground.
Drill a hole in two centers
Inch part of aluminum bar.
The size of the hole depends on the trailer you intend to drag.
Match the holes to the hardware that comes with hitch.
Bryan HanselBryan Hansel, a freelance photographer and kayak guide, started writing in 1993.
His outdoor articles appear on various websites.
Hansel holds a bachelor\'s degree in English and religious literature from the University of Iowa.
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