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  • #16
    It's hard to argue with 160 years of brewing perfection. Plus, I'm a grandpa.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Bullelkklr;

      Don't need no hitch - ain't got no snow............
      Wrong. Hauling conditions as low as the Yentna-Su confluence are ideal. The river trails are better than I've ever seen for early March. Folks that've written off winter are missing out. The conditions hold up to Su Station but below that is pretty sketchy with lots of smooth ice and some puddles. And the sandbars are peeking out already down low.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Mr. Pid View Post
        Nice. How did you bend that Yamaha pintle so nicely? How did you attach it? Welded to the flat plate that's bolted down?
        Good catch on the Yamaha pintle, I looked everywhere for one that would work. It was not bent, it was just welded to a flat plate that I bolted onto the bumper plate.

        Here is a top view

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        • #19
          I been away from sledding too long I guess. Is any of this stock? I like to find that same set up you did MORSNO. Did you machine the sides pieces that are riveted to the beaver tail there?

          Don't mind me. Just looked at Polaris parts fiche fount it.

          GS

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