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I like the kid's trailers for a cargo trailers.

One issue is that they do tend to hang low in front where the feet go.

I usually discard the top fabric, and drop the seat back down. But, keep either one top bar, or rear stroller bar (for support, and it is handy to tie stuff to). The sides are also handy.

I feel the trailers with wrap-around frames and quick-release wheels are a bit sturdier than the ones with single side mount wheels.

I like some of the old Burley trailers, but so far, one of the nicest trailers I've encountered is sold under I believe either Schwinn or Instep. Maybe 10 years or so old. Welded steel or Aluminum frame. Wrap around (quick release) frame/wheels.

https://corvallis.craigslist.org/for...870891047.html

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