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Finally got enough time and scrap metal to build it. my main though was to be able to remove rocks from the fields with the use of the horses. works great, and will be useful for other purposes too. just thought I'd share.

Klaus Karbaumer says 2015-11-16 12:38:38 (CST)



Looks well-made and very sturdy!


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So. Oh. Bill says 2015-11-22 19:17:44 (CST)



It looks very handy and well built. I bought one at the Amish auction that had good steel, but bad wood. What did you use for the planks?


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Shanen mannies says 2015-11-23 17:32:41 (CST)



Bill, its all metal. maybe another picture will give you a better look.


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Dan in Illinois says 2015-12-01 12:11:48 (CST)



I would like to know dimensions. Thanks


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Shanen mannies says 2015-12-02 01:44:35 (CST)



Dan, it's 17 inches for each side, overall it's 34" × 60" and 4" tall . It's wide enough, but I would have made it 6 ft long if my scrap metal would have been longer. The longer sled would allow me move large 5×5 round bales of hay and I don't think the extra length would hurt anything. I cut a lot of wood and planning to use it to move large chunk of wood to the barn. I'm pretty good at finding excuses to hook the boys.


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Dan in Illinois says 2015-12-02 21:48:17 (CST)



Thanks, I'll have to keep an I out for material. That looks handy and useful.


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