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05/24/2010

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Seth

very impressive. I like it a lot.

I'm curious about the hitch though. Exactly what type/size pressure hose connection did you use? Is it the quick-release type that you simply press on a ring on the female part to release? I would have been worried about its holding strength in that case, so I'm wondering what you did.

Perhaps some more close-ups of the hitch would help. The second picture down is confusing, as it appears the female side of the connection is fitted to the arm of the trailer, and from other pictures, that appears not to be the case.

You could build some redundancy into the hitch with a nylon strap bolted to the eye hook on the trailer arm. You loop it through the bike frame, and have a quick-release type clip that would attach to the eye-hook or somewhere else on the trailer arm. It wouldn't tow the trailer, but prevent it from going too far if your main hitch failed. I did that on my crummy trailer from craigslist, and it has worked.

Finally, was it hard to center the trailer behind your bike?

bob double stroller review

Its looking some this different and dangerous to use . But different and nice design . I never seen like this these jogging stroller . But i use to follow this strollers for some days. Thank you .

johan

woww this good idea for stroller, i like it. Thank you ^^.

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