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Ryan Berger

Otter fish house sled tow hitch

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does anybody have one of these with the spring assembly on it,, could you take a close up picture and post it up for me,,,

thank you in advance

ldb

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What do you need. I don't have any pictures but if you have a question I can probably help you out.

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The spring helps absorb the pull and tug on the arm. I'm guessing it's so the plastic holes in the sled do not become elongated or ripped over time.

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I made a home made hitch for my otter too, simular to one above. I made it out of some alum electrical conduit and attached a ball hitch tounge on it. Works great behind wheeler. I didnt bother with a spring of any kind though, I will have to see how the holes hold up on the sled. I have only been out a couple times this year frown.gif

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i am on my second year with a ball hitch on mine and i pull the heck out of mine. most times with another sled tied to the first. have not noticerd any wear or tear on the connecting pionts on the sled. just a note tho i have mine bolted in place, i dont ever take it apart. ... paul

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