Without the cut under capability, in tight a turn, the wheels hit the box of the carriage and create a real tipping hazard.
The front wheel of the carriage you posted, might be small enough to fit under the box of the carriage, but now that I think about it the fithwheel on that carriage is not the proper fithwheel for a cutunder.
Fithwheels on a cutunder need to be round to allow for the greater movement of the wheels in turns. On the carriage you posted it is you shape.
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Last edited by Taffy Clayton; 09-18-2013 at 03:57 AM.