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Leo Horishny

I wasn't expecting[sic] a crib when the title said bed frame trailer. Good idea, less fabricating needed.
A couple of questions:

Why'd you put the wheels on the width of the frame instead of the length?

I'm assuming that you don't have tires on it 'coz the wheels are brazed to the frame; it seems to me that if you cut off the dropouts on the front fork and mounted them to one side, then you only had to scrounge another bike or fork to mount dropouts on the other side and you'd have had a rubber tired trailer then. Just wonderin'....

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