Transport me with large hamper (7)
I believe the answer is:
Here is my best explanation:
'hamper' is the definition.
('trammel' can be a synonym of 'hamper')
'transport me with large' is the wordplay.
'transport' becomes 'tram' (tram is a kind of transport**).
'with' means one lot of letters go next to another.
'large' becomes 'l'.
(Other definitions for trammel that I've seen before include "bar", "Constrain, impede", "Hobble", "Hamper, as drag-net does", "Hindrance", "Hinder - impede", "Place limits on", "Fetter", "Three-layered fishing net - melt ram (anag)" and "Limit, hamper".)