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    Frieght sled pic's.
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    more photo's of sled.
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    more photos of sled.
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    This was 2 loads but they were heavy, 60-2"x10"x16' and a door. Also works well for a rescue sled.
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    I am thinking about building a cabin also. What machine are you pulling that load with? Could it be done on a flat surface (frozen lake/river) with an ATV with chains? What are the skiis made of? UHMV? Where can a guy get some?

    How many questions can a guy ask before he becomes annoying?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtofak View Post
    I am thinking about building a cabin also. What machine are you pulling that load with? Could it be done on a flat surface (frozen lake/river) with an ATV with chains? What are the skiis made of? UHMV? Where can a guy get some?

    How many questions can a guy ask before he becomes annoying?

    THANKS!
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    You hit the total number, I'm annoied!

    I pull it with a 05' polaris LX widetrack. I don't think you could pull that type of a load with a 4 wheeler even with chains. Ski's are made out of UHMW and I got it at ALASKA RUBBER SUPPLY on old seward in anch. They seemed to be the cheapest and I got a discount through work so made it even better, was still like $180.00 for 2 10foot long 12" wide stips.

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    Man, that is pretty slick! I just bought a cabin this past weekend that is going to need some finishing so I am going to be looking at building something similar to that as well. Nice work!
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