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Lundboy14

Attaching Rope to a Polar Sport Portable

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I was just wondering what the best way to attach a rope to the Polar Sled is. I don't want to ruin it and want to keep my options open for attahing a ATV hookup in the future.

Any Suggestion?? I was thinking about attaching eyehooks and clips to use as a interim solution.

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I pull the pins where the snowmobile hitch attaches and make a loop in each end of a lenghth of rope and put the pins through the loops.

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Mike

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use the same holes the hitch uses. just drill them out and run the rope through. you should have two pre tapped holes on the end of the sled.

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I would go with your original idea. Take two eye bolts and make sure to use washers inside and out to prevent rubbing and damage. Then either tie direct to the eye bolts or use a rope with 'spring clips' on each end, so it can be removed if needed.

I did a similar thing with my new Grand Caravan from Eskimo. Slightly different design, but same idea.

Good Luck!

Steve

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