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TheIceFishingKid

Dimensions for Otter Lodge sled

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I am in the process of buying an Otter Lodge and want to do some mods to it. I am making some plan for it but need the inside dimensions of the sled. I believe the dimensions on Otters HSOforum are from the outside. If any one could help me that would be great.

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As I recall the Otter HSOforum has all the dimentions posted for all thier sleds..hope this helps..BT

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Thank you for the reply but what I am looking for isnt on the HSOforum. I am looking for the inside dimensions of just the sled. The dimensions on the HSOforum are from the outside edge of the sled, I believe.

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What size sled does the Otter lodge use? I have the Otter II and could measure it for you.

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I will measure mine and post in the AM.

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Call Otter and they can answer all of your questions. This way you will have all the info you will need. They are very good to work with.

320-963-6480

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