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Hi All,
Bought this trailer for my 'ambition' to take my pet staffy for a jaunt around the local country lanes instead of leaving him at home whilst out on my bike.....
However, on the first trial of this 'idea' the dog thought different and nearly took my hands off when I tried to secure him in the trailer and take off on the bike.
Game over - been in garage ever since. Folds flat for transport and can be used for pets, cargo or luggage.
Asking £55.00 will have to be collected from Weston Super Mare.

NOW SOLD.

Regards

Trikeman.  3

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cannonsi [3 posts] 5 years ago
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I'm interested, what trailer is it please?

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trikeman [309 posts] 5 years ago
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Hi, thanks for the reply.
Not totally sure on make/manufacturer as the box it was delivered in has long gone. However, my fading memory is telling me that it was a 'Croozer' but not 100% on that as I looked at several at the time.
Just to answer a few PM's too - it comes with two bike coupler brackets (to enable swaps to different bikes) and the articulation is carried out by a flexy/spring joint with a safety strap arrangement.
Also it has both front and rear zip up entrances with a roll down and velcro rain screen and harness/luggage anchorage point.
Fold flat - remove several 'D' clip pins and single lever for removal of the wheels, it then just folds within its base,,,, pretty clever really. Yep, pneumatic tyres.  26
Hope it helps.
Regards

Trikeman.  3

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notfastenough [3718 posts] 5 years ago
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Sorry, but the idea of getting savaged by the pet dog for trying to put him in this is too funny...  21 I've got a wallace & gromit-style mental image.

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trikeman [309 posts] 5 years ago
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notfastenough wrote:

Sorry, but the idea of getting savaged by the pet dog for trying to put him in this is too funny...  21 I've got a wallace & gromit-style mental image.

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Yes, Wallace & Gromit.
In all fairness the dog is as far away from savage as you can get, but that day he wasn't having any of it. My Wife said it was like Benny Hill with me chasing him and he dodging me and running for cover.
Even now, every time I move it around he starts getting all 'tetchy'.
Never mind, I hope someone can make use of it.

Regards,

Trikeman.  3

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Chris [160 posts] 5 years ago
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Yes, does look like a Croozer Dog trailer. That being the case it's a nice piece of kit and that's a nice price.
Have you considered attaching your hound to the trailer hitch while you recline in the back in a mini rickshaw style? That would learn him!