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    Quote Originally Posted by rmann View Post
    This is what I use: http://www.nordiccab.com/menu/home

    Bottom is a plastic tub and rated for a load of 110 pounds - really easy to push, but you can also use handles to pull it - or, if you have one, you can use a dog harness so your dog can pull it for you. Wheels can be switched to skis in the winter. Really well designed and worth the cost - I went through a few cheaper "things" before I found this.
    Are there any US dealers for the nordiccab? Where did you get yours?

    Thanks,

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    Wonder if the Sherpa Cart is still being made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cougstar View Post
    Are there any US dealers for the nordiccab? Where did you get yours?

    Thanks,

    I found mine on Ebay, looks like they aren't currently selling in North American for some reason. As I said I really like the plastic tub design over the typical bike trailer models from other makers. A small design feature is the multi position for the axle - it has three positions which allows you to balance the load - makes pushing it a lot easier.

    My second choice would have been a Canadian company: http://www.wicycle.com/index.php They make a number of types including a pet trailer/stroller with a flat floor.

    There is also the Canadian made Chariot which might be considered the top of the line in these, I think you can get skis for them.

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    bicycle trailers usually have 20" plus tires & if you use one for children they show up at yard/garage sales, thrift stores and the like.
    They're usually aluminum tubing with a canvas seat and can be easily modified by adding a third wheel or flip down stand.

    Guarantee you're not going to like 8" wheels or four on sand or rough terrain.
    Heavily sedated for your protection.

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