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Daniel W Britton: Folding trailer. 634182 Alberta, Bennett Jones Verchere, December 12, 1995: US05474316 (34 worldwide citation)

A trailer, as for example for towing behind a bicycle, has an upper frame member, a lower frame member and a pair of folding frame units. The trailer may be folded into compact position by collapsing the folding frame units allowing the rotation of the upper frame member toward the lower frame membe ...


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Gary Cross: Folding trailer for an all-terrain vehicle. Cycle Country Accessories, Dennis L Thomte, Zarley McKee Thomte Voorhees & Sease, July 3, 2001: US06254117 (34 worldwide citation)

A folding trailer is described including a wheeled first frame portion having a tongue secured thereto which extends forwardly therefrom for connection to a hitch adapter which is mounted on the hitch of the an all-terrain vehicle. A second frame portion is pivotally secured to the rearward end of t ...


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Albertus Moddejonge: Folding trailer. Mark Zovko, July 19, 1988: US04758008 (28 worldwide citation)

In a folding trailer (1) comprising at least a bottom (2), two wheels (17) connected to the bottom by a wheel suspension, and a towing bar (7) for coupling the trailer to a tractive vehicle. The bottom comprises a central section (3) at the height of the wheels (17), a front and rear sections (5,4) ...


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Michael Albert: Folding trailer. Myco Trailers, C Douglas McDonald Jr & Associates P A, November 5, 1996: US05570898 (27 worldwide citation)

A folding trailer is disclosed for carrying a motorcycle including a front deck with a rear edge extending generally transversely of the trailer, a rear deck with a front edge extending generally transversely of the trailer and generally parallel to the front deck rear edge, hinge means including a ...


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Hall Mary Irene: Folding trailer corral. Whann & McManigal, November 25, 1975: US3921585 (27 worldwide citation)

An animal corral comprising two foldable units each having individual sections, the units being mounted on the opposite sides of an entrance-exit opening of a portable carrier, such as a horse trailer, the unit sections being compactly folded on each side of the trailer and being readily unfolded to ...


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John O Wright: Folding trailer. Holman & Stern, December 7, 1982: US04362316 (27 worldwide citation)

A folding trailer is provided having a chassis supported by at least one pair of road wheels and a load bearing platform supported by the chassis, the load bearing platform being formed in two sections which are foldable between a first position in which the sections lie in a common plane and a seco ...


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Larry M Petersen: Detachable folding trailer ramp. Henderson & Sturm, October 21, 1997: US05678984 (26 worldwide citation)

A ramp for flatbed trucks and trailers which may be attached or removed from the vehicle in a matter of seconds and requires no modification of the trailer. The invention utilizes two ramp sections which are pivotally secured together by a double piano hinge assembly and driven by a pair of hydrauli ...


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Dana K Gehman, David R Turner: Folding trailer with extendable room. Fleetwood Folding Trailers, Webb Ziesenheim Logsdon Orkin & Hanson P C, December 28, 1999: US06007142 (25 worldwide citation)

A folding trailer which includes a slide-out room movable from a retracted position within the trailer to an extended position which adds additional living space to the inside of the trailer. The slide-out room includes a front wall, a rear wall and an exterior wall, with the floor attached therebet ...


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Dana K Gehman: Folding trailer with integral cargo platform. Fleetwood Folding Trailers, Webb Ziesenheim Logsdon Orkin & Hanson P C, November 9, 1999: US05979972 (25 worldwide citation)

A folding trailer having an integral cargo platform generally includes a chassis having wheels and a towing hitch, a trailer body attached to the chassis such that a front end of the trailer body faces the towing hitch and the platform attached to the chassis between the front end of the trailer bod ...


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David R Turner: Folding trailer with hydraulic lift system. Fleetwood Enterprises, Price Gess & Ubell, April 9, 1996: US05505515 (22 worldwide citation)

An improved folding trailer includes a base member supported by a pair of wheels with a top member movably connected to the base member. A plurality of extendable support units is mounted on the base member and can be hydraulically driven to extend the top member. The hydraulic system is connected t ...