COLLAPSIBLE CARTTo carry different loads offer a lightweight collapsible cart, for the manufacture of which would require a small number of parts. This homemade contraption of frames and the rear wheels of two old road bikes. Cross beam, removable handle and cross braces made of pipes from the backs of old metal beds. Support removable hinges with spring terminal clamps — “steel rod” with a diameter of 6 mm. their Number is from four to six the Rest of the details — from the remnants of the same Velor

Assembly of the trolley before use start with the fact that the ends of cross beam wear of the rear Bicycle fork with wheels and fix them with conical nuts To the axle of each wheel is screwed to the corresponding end of the spring strut.
The front bracket is put on the handle of the truck Then the ends of the handles pass through the aperture between the tubular elements and clamped the forks in the clamps Back bracket is telescopically inserted into the pipe half-frames and secured with bolts to Support the hinge wear on the transverse beam and the rear bracket and then connect the wire to make a grid capacity similar to the basket In the end, valuelike ready for use.
Collapsible cart (wheels shown schematically)
Collapsible cart (wheels shown schematically):
1 — cross-beam; 2 — the frame of the Bicycle; 3 — conical nut; 4 — the handle (pipe); 5 — clip front; 6 — clamp; 7 strut spring; 8 — hinge support with spring terminal clamps (4 to 6 pieces ); 9 — clip rear.

Disassembled the truck is only about a third of the volume of the trunk of the car “the Zhiguli”. It is easily removed, collected and shall be put into effect for three to five minutes Under its own weight 12-16 kg cart has a load capacity of 100 kg.
Yu MUSAEV, Novosibirsk, Russia

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