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Old 11-12-07, 11:28 AM
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Originally Posted by HandsomeRyan View Post
Are 12" wheels, salvaged from a childrens bicycle, too small for a light duty cargo trailer? It would be used on pavement only. The attachment to the bike would be a center mounted gooseneck piece so there is no conflict of the pulling arm being too low for the rear axel.
12 1/2 " wheels are fine. This is what I used. Sadly I haven't found 14" rims, which would be ideal. However, 12 1/2" wheels have all sorts of benefits, like lowering the centre of mass, are lightweight etc..
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