Topic: Re: Lawn Mower pulling sled?
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A long time back a friend and I make a sled to pull garden tractors. We had about a 12 ft track. Used 4 in channel iron, so the box can't jump off. Our box was 2 ft square. we used rail-road iron. Never added or took any out after had it figured out. Need good brakes on your box. We used no 80 roller chain. We found a worm drive like from a transport auger. Need to make a way to grab the chain and unhook from it at the top, or will break things at the top. We used a 3/4 ton rear. We had to pull it back. If I was making another one I was thinking about making it all hydraulic. There is a lot of hydra-static lawn mowers out there. Could make your track level and power it back with a engine, then be able to make it drag itself back under its own power. Make the box go back far enough so there is no weight on the sled. A brace or two and a tongue and it will be easy to hook up.
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