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    Default Tow behind groomer/drags and freight sleds

    i build groomers to tow behind snowmachines that work really well. i am also starting to build some freight sleds here really soon. PM me for details or questions.

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    Can you post some photos?
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    Pics, prices, and info please on the freight sleds
    (Steel, aluminum, length, width, approx. weight, your design or a copy of another proven design, etc....)
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    Yup Photos and Specs sounds like a great gig if you have a great product lets see some pics of the goods
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    Quote Originally Posted by akriverunner View Post
    i build groomers to tow behind snowmachines that work really well. i am also starting to build some freight sleds here really soon. PM me for details or questions.
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    I just do this on the side, not looking to get an arm and a leg like others do. I can't get pics on here for another week or two until I get out to my cabin. The groomer is made out of angle iron and I usually build them 5x10' they have a 45 cut blade and a vertical fill blade that are adjustable. If you want real info on the groomers you can contact Dave Luce at Luce's lodge on here. The freight sleds I am building are a slightly improved style 4 ski sled that alot of freighters use on the susitna and yentna river. Pics to come soon!

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