Originally Posted by TriBri1
If you are working with a NRS style frame, I've seen people take a crossbar that spans from tube to tube, then secure it with four low pros with a short piece of tubing to connect them. The "trailer frame" is supported by the frame on one side and the crossbar on the other. I have seen pictures on the Buzz, but i can't find it.
I did this with a nrs cat frame
Imagine nrs yoke at the end of the frame.
Now 18" back is a standard crossbar
Then two 36" crossbar from front to back mounted on the crossbar and resting on the yoke. These are close to level, depending where they sit on the yoke.
Then a simple ~40" bar at the other ends of the 36" crossbars
You want some foam padding where the bars and the yoke cross. You also want 1' straps to lock it together
As long as you don't put a lot of weight in the front most bay you should be found.
I did this trick to get 12' of frame on a 14' nrs frame, and i only had 10'frame rails