Yea it sounds pretty heavy duty. I think I will make one without handles- no concrete and it has more resistance. Im gonna do it as soon as Its done snowing for good-That is proably cheaper than the sled we were talking of
You can get 5 4x4 bolt them together and get a sheet of plywood on the top. Cut the 4x4 fronts on angles as shown on that page also. Drill a 1 inch whole thru the middle and get a 7/8pm rod and hammer thru. On the bottom countersink a nut with washers into the base so it is conseild from the ground. Do the same to the top side with the nut and washer application. And if necessary tack 1x4 or 2x4 around upper lip of deck as a kick board
Granted it will be heavier and wider, but the one I described will tolerate more load, use, rough aread and abuse than the one shown. He'll you could get a form of wheel assembly attached also. Just pilot thru the wood stick the axel mains in attach bearringed wheels and you can put it on concrete. The 4x4 can handle the load if secured properly
Haha that's what I use- an old wagon- looks beat but does the trick-That is cool. I like both ideas. The first one looks like it would be a little lighter for hauling around. Right now I have a garden cart on wheels that I load up with feed and Vendetta pulls it for me.
Yea I have a good sized yard- I cant wait until the snow clears and Its nice again.Ya the one to the park you can make very light but if put together right it will be extremely sturdy and able to be used with lighter and longer distNce training.
If your yard is 30 feet long that's more than enough. Put tracer hook ups on both sides so you don't have to spin the sled. Just unhook him and wLk h to the other side