Originally Posted by MT4Runner
It will be much harder to connect a motorized trailer frame to your cat--because the trailer frame sits on a relatively short contact patch on the top of the tubes, and it will want to rotate, even if heavily strapped.
Any way to put the motor on the back of your cat frame and run the trailer frame up front?
I thought about putting both trailers in the front of the frame, but my seat is on the last bay of my main 4 bay setup. Wouldn't that cause a problem? Or can I get something to push the motor further away from me? It would definitely mess up my loading though, having both the big cooler and the big dry box on the front of the setup.
Luckily one of my trailer frames has the upgraded welded on C-fittings that DRE put on it. So it mounts really tight to the main frame (it usually goes on the front bay, so kids won't get their fingers pinched). I could use something like that for the trailer though, but not sure if it would be strong enough, as it would sure suck to fail.