Trailers - general info and opinions

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Re: Trailers - general info and opinions

Postby rifraf » Sat Feb 11, 2012 11:19 am

A little tip for buyers of Carry Freedom Y-frame trailers.
Apparently a common theme to ownership is losing the small dust/water caps that cover the outer bearing
on the outside of the hub.
These caps also enclose the actuator that releases the wheel/axle from the trailer.
I came across a really simple solution somewhere but can no longer remember where the idea came
from except that I stole it - it wasnt my own.
Tis a couple of cable ties held by the spokes that seem to do the trick nicely.
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Aidan :)
Surly Ogre, Carry Freedom Y-frame Trailer, Extrawheel trailer.
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Re: Trailers - general info and opinions

Postby }SkOrPn--7 » Sat Feb 11, 2012 1:01 pm

Great tip Aidan and I'm stealing it from you so I don't loose mine not that they have ever come off but adding a zip tie means there never coming off so thanks.

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Re: Trailers - general info and opinions

Postby gdolphin » Wed May 09, 2012 2:54 pm

If you are thinking of selling please contact me, as I am interested in buying a IBEX. Please PM me. Geoff
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