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Hitch for towing two garden trailers/carts in tandem?

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Sep 14, 2002
Jim Melicharek
Anyone have a photo or suggestion how to add a second hitch to the rear of a garden trailer/cart for towing two garden carts in tandem? Thanks
I know this is the wrong color, but thought he did a good job out of doing it. saw at the Summer toy show in June at Dyersville in 2023. And he made it so there was no welding to the trailers.


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Randy..that is about what I was suggesting..looks like it should work...there you go Jim..He used square tube steel and came off the front all the way back...Assuming you can blow up a pic it shows pretty good...
Just remember on the outer tube, you will have to remove the internal weld seam or do what he did and cut a grove in the inner tube outer wall for the seam to slide into, or go out and buy the expensive tubing w/the weld seam removed. There are several youtubes out there on both processes for removing the inner weld seam or groving the outer wall of the inner tube.
That looks as if it is a train for the grandkids.
It was pretty cool the way it attached to the trailers and did not reduce the value of them. I would believe this could be done to almost any set of trailers.

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