Originally Posted by Wayne Collins
Hey Floyd! I think you mean TOE-IN
Anyway, the picture shows a wagon style steering. The whole dolly turns with the tonque. There is no tie rod. tie rods are used with automobile style steering. Could this be a converted horse trailer that used to be a gooseneck style? In any case I doubt that it would be safe at highway speeds.
I do mean toe-ln you are correct.
However I don't recall seeing a hayrack built as you describe(like a child's coaster wagon) since maybe they were horse drawn.
While I am sure some are made in that manner, every one I have used or bought for fleet use, had a stationary axle(frame member) with TIE-rods and a steering mechanism like this one...