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Was looking for a small part that’s on the end of the fuel hose.
In Holland, Germany or England these small plastic things are priced as if they’re made of gold.



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When I would place an order in the US the shipping costs are ridiculousy high...€53,-

Why?
 

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Lager ? i have them at home ... Need one ( or two )? i can post to you in NL
I’ll send you a private message after work, i didn’t know what word to use and I saw you’re from Germany so “auf Lager” must be something like “in storage”. I’ve just looked it up.

Thanks a lot in advance!
 

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Meanwhile I’ve been re welding the trailer.

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Gave it two stands so hooking up is easier.

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The thingy that’s connected with the bike.

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Behind my bike

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This is going to work

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Although it looks like a coffin don’t you think?

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Sorry for your loss...
 

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Looking good.---:clap


With that Hardy Spicer coupling and an unbalanced load isn't there a chance the trailer could fall onto its side ???


Looks like it could do with two back wheels.---:fingers


I guess the coupling doesn't rotate. Just there for cornering.
 

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Let there be light
All you need now is a rear fender and a couple of flags on poles so that the box drivers can see it and not run it over.---:stop
 

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I’ve shot this film yesterday while the wind was coming from the side with an force of six Beaufort and to be honest I was a little afraid I would be blown off the road. Empty it weights I guess fifty kilograms so that’s not very heavy. I was surprised to see although the strong wind how stable it was behind the bike and how nimble it is. I’ve drove a bit carefully because of the wet road and the wind and because it was the first time I’ve been doing this. After a while I’ve found my courage back and opened the throttle a bit more and it didn’t feel unsecure once. Took it to 110km/h and still stable. Then applied the brake and it didn’t react strange but noticed the weight. The next time, I hope for a dry day soon, I’ll be carrying more weight, about 50kg extra and I’ll test it again.
 

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TODAYS MYSTERY.-------:confused::confused::confused:
 
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