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    Attaching a trailer to hub-drive fat bike

    I just placed an order for my first e-bike. I would like to use this for general commuting, which may sometimes require pulling a trailer. A hunting trailer such as https://eunorau-ebike.com/products/b...r-single-wheel would probably be the best option, but can't be installed because of the rear hub-drive. What trailer would be compatible and how would it attach?

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    I really like my Travoy two wheel trailer by Burley. It goes on and off in a second or two, once you figure where you want to mount the hitch, which only takes 1 minute. I can't tell it's there most of time, and I carry up to 13 gallons of gas on it. It also functions as a handy hand cart, perfect balance off the bike and very easy to walk. The folding feature is handy also.

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      That hunting trailer is massive. You might prefer a smaller, folding version like this one.

      https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0083JHEG8...xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ==

      That trailer uses the mount, that goes on your bike permanently, under the non-drive side wheel nut. I think that is better because it means the trailer load can be more centered on the trailer wheels, which puts less weight on your rear axle.

      Jose

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