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Pretty neat set up, I'm sure this guy has a lot of time into this, Start the 2nd video at the 3:58 mark, you can watch the whole thing but the tow rig starts at 3:58, I wonder what he charges for his services.

 

 

 

 

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On 3/22/2021 at 7:44 AM, 800renegaderider said:

Pretty neat, I can’t see using it though unless you snapped a a-arm off or something that made it a pain to tow out by sled.

A arm lol I have driven back to base camp with ski and arms strapped to the tunnel 2 times and busted a arms at least 4 .

I gave never wrecked a sled where that thing would be able to go in its wildest dream . I have been there when a guy had to pay the 2200 bucks to hook his sled to cable dangling from the chopper .

We have also burred a sled with a becon under the hood so we could come back next day with parts and tools . 

 

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4 minutes ago, Ez ryder said:

A arm lol I have driven back to base camp with ski and arms strapped to the tunnel 2 times and busted a arms at least 4 .

I gave never wrecked a sled where that thing would be able to go in its wildest dream . I have been there when a guy had to pay the 2200 bucks to hook his sled to cable dangling from the chopper .

We have also burred a sled with a becon under the hood so we could come back next day with parts and tools . 

 

Yup, obviously wouldn’t work out to good in the back country. I’d personally probably never use it but I can see someone who has no mechanical ability of jerry rigging skills  or maybe riding alone giving the guy some business.

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Saw this a while ago and just finally took a pic!  Love the Dr. Seuss reference on the side....

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Usually if they are wrecked bad enough they will throw the sled on top of the groomer drag and haul it home. That thing would be useful if a sled goes off a cliff or misses a bridge. I have seen that a bunch of times over the years 

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