Freezer wrote:I've been doing this for years, they work great. Because of the third wheel there no balancing needed. Do not remove the unbrella bar, put a strap with an adjustable buckel on it the other side goes to the handle bar. It makes a great way to add more gear to the top of your load. I make a half dozen every year and have the Rangers at the refuge give them to ol boys who are having a hard time getting around.
I remove all the cloth in the cart. If there's no metal below the handle bar leave the heavy cloth strap in tact. I used both nylon netting you can buy at the frabric/craft store and outdoor plastic screen,the heavy duty stuff you find in the garden section, I get mine used. I attach the frabric to the frame using zip ties starting at the center folding joint, up to the handle bar then back down to the other joint. Attach the frabric to the foot rest, fold it inside to square the inside, and attach the fabric to the lower section. One inch straps and buckles can be used on the outside as gun carry straps. Ideally you should be able to carry two bags of decoys, a blind bag, shotgun and be able to push it with one hand. When you get to your spot fold it in half and hide it in the brush to discourage theaves. The double wide strollers hold a bit more but also take up valuable space when stored or transported. The advantage of the double is a decoy sled can be fit into it. Slide the sled in and secure the front of it to the handle bar with a rachet strap.
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