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Paul I was very tempted to sell my house and get that bad boy you got. Its one awesome idea. Looks like it will last a long time as well.

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Nice set up. So is it a flip over, looks like a flip over, or a carry all, either way awesome. Ya thinking of offering for a rental idea. I definitely see a market for it.I know I would love the accessory of a portable with a hut. Extra charge of course

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How can i post a pic on here?

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1988 toyota that I just built the flatbed on for hauling spearshack and wheeler it also works awsome for a flip-over and wheeler. 1982 hond big red studded up and and older flip over called the jigger.

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Does the bed tilt or what?

Looks sweet, too bad I sold my '94 Yota

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BUMP! 

Man this was a long time ago.  Anyone got something new since 2009?  I'm on my second sled now since then.

 

Lets see what yea got! :)

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1 hour ago, Moon Lake Refuge said:

Seriously considering a snow dog.  Saw a video this morning and they look pretty darn fun.  Probably not as practical as a used wheeler but definitely a fun toy.

Can you post the vid?

 

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14 minutes ago, Moon Lake Refuge said:

 

Love it going through the woods and swamp.

I wonder how much weight that thing could pull in some good snow? Put a seat on the front of a Lil' Munchkin house and ride her out there! :D

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They are kinda neat.  Id like to see someone try and pull a smaller wheelhouse with one.  Anyone know prices?

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6 minutes ago, slammer said:

They are kinda neat.  Id like to see someone try and pull a smaller wheelhouse with one.  Anyone know prices?

3k plus or minus a couple hundred depending on engine size I think

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