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Introduction: DIY - Homemade Dog Sled / Kick Sled / Snowmobile Sled

Nesting Table Plans Zoneshow to Nesting Table Plans Zones for This multipurpose sled is a fun way to exercise high-energy dogs in the winter, have a friend tote you around behind a snowmobile (proper safety gear encouraged... ), or just have the coolest sled at the slope. All you need is a pair of ski''s safety. Inspiration & credit for this project goes to fellow Instructablers: Henge & Toxictom, for their designs. I simply expanded upon their ideas.

Recommended Materials:

  • [1] pair of skis ($10~$15 @ thrift store)
  • [1] antique 2x4 wood beam (salvaged) or equivalent double 2x6
  • [1] 18""x10""x3-1/2"" drywall screws (already had) or equivalent snowmobile studs
  • [1] section of fabric/rubber floor mat rug (~$2.50)
  • [6] 1/2"" any phillips screw (already had)
  • [1] old tire (recycled)
  • [4] 1/4"" wire lock pins (~$3.50ea)
  • [2] 1-5/16"" electrical conduit (~$3)
  • [1] 10''t notice the scrapes until after, but later I intend to swap out the screws for snowmobile studs.

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I pre-drilled the screw holes with a small 1/16"" holes in the pole sockets to fit the 1/4""step-toolbar""stepBody""step-tip""step-question""step-comment""svg-pdf step-download download-pdf login-required verification-required""course""step6""step""SJLZHSGI5S2EPWR""step-title""mediaset""no-js-photoset""Bend the Handlebars.""https://cdn.instructables.com/F45/NCED/I5QMZFX7/F45NCEDI5QMZFX7.LARGE.jpg?auto=webp&frame=1&height=300""Bend the Handlebars.""https://cdn.instructables.com/FGW/9P1S/I5P7J9JB/FGW9P1SI5P7J9JB.LARGE.jpg?auto=webp&frame=1&height=300""step-body"" electrical conduit. Conduit is significantly more rigid than pvc (lesson learned), yet is still lightweight. A 3/4"" bending tool, which I mounted in a bench vice, because the tool no longer had a handle. To achieve an 18"" conduit, by measuring 5''t have a proper dog sled shock absorber, so I improvised with a bungee cord and some rope. However, this does tangle easily, and I Intend to replace it with a proper shock absorber and maybe even some sort of safety strap recoil system to replace the first 6''s just what I had around and it worked perfect for me. I used a heat gun and the flat edge of a credit card as a wax spreading tool. That'' of 255lb zinc double loop chain. I had a few feet left over. The handlebars are connect with the chain using for 1 last update 2020/06/03 a classic suspension bridge configuration. I used 3/16"" quick links to attach the chain as shown. Try to count and align the links evenly symmetrical on both sides, so that there is very little to no slack in the chain. I purchased a 12 pack of quick links on amazon for about $10. When connecting the tow bar; having it up and out of the snow helps reduce drag, but you don''t be more pleased. You''s face (buried in the snow). I ordered proper custom fit x-back harnesses for the dogs. They should be in the mail soon, for the dog''s it! Look at how little space it takes up!Also, I pre-drilled and attached a 1""step-toolbar""stepBody""step-tip""step-question""step-comment""svg-pdf step-download download-pdf login-required verification-required""course""step5""step""SZ792IKI5S2EPWJ""step-title""mediaset""no-js-photoset""Attach the Sockets for the Handlebars.""https://cdn.instructables.com/FBB/J2NT/I5P7KTPE/FBBJ2NTI5P7KTPE.LARGE.jpg?auto=webp&frame=1&height=300""Attach the Sockets for the Handlebars.""https://cdn.instructables.com/FST/XKS2/I5P7KTPG/FSTXKS2I5P7KTPG.LARGE.jpg?auto=webp&frame=1&height=300""Attach the Sockets for the Handlebars.""https://cdn.instructables.com/FBK/4R41/I5P7KTPF/FBK4R41I5P7KTPF.LARGE.jpg?auto=webp&frame=1&height=300""Attach the Sockets for the Handlebars.""https://cdn.instructables.com/FTP/4QJS/I5P7KTPO/FTP4QJSI5P7KTPO.LARGE.jpg?auto=webp&frame=1&height=300""Attach the Sockets for the Handlebars.""https://cdn.instructables.com/F57/UYCL/I5P7J7P0/F57UYCLI5P7J7P0.LARGE.jpg?auto=webp&frame=1&height=300""Attach the Sockets for the Handlebars.""https://cdn.instructables.com/FTK/2ZJC/I5P7J9IK/FTK2ZJCI5P7J9IK.LARGE.jpg?auto=webp&frame=1&height=300""step-body"" flat head phillips screws for the sockets near the front of the skis, and I just used the screws that came with the pole sockets for the sockets located in front of the ski bindings. I pre-drilled the screw holes with a small 1/16"" holes in the pole sockets to fit the 1/4""step-toolbar""stepBody""step-tip""step-question""step-comment""svg-pdf step-download download-pdf login-required verification-required""course""step6""step""SJLZHSGI5S2EPWR""step-title""mediaset""no-js-photoset""Bend the Handlebars.""https://cdn.instructables.com/F45/NCED/I5QMZFX7/F45NCEDI5QMZFX7.LARGE.jpg?auto=webp&frame=1&height=300""Bend the Handlebars.""https://cdn.instructables.com/FGW/9P1S/I5P7J9JB/FGW9P1SI5P7J9JB.LARGE.jpg?auto=webp&frame=1&height=300""step-body"" electrical conduit. Conduit is significantly more rigid than pvc (lesson learned), yet is still lightweight. A 3/4"" bending tool, which I mounted in a bench vice, because the tool no longer had a handle. To achieve an 18"" conduit, by measuring 5''t have a proper dog sled shock absorber, so I improvised with a bungee cord and some rope. However, this does tangle easily, and I Intend to replace it with a proper shock absorber and maybe even some sort of safety strap recoil system to replace the first 6''s just what I had around and it worked perfect for me. I used a heat gun and the flat edge of a credit card as a wax spreading tool. That'' of 255lb zinc double loop chain. I had a few feet left over. The handlebars are connect with the chain using a classic suspension bridge configuration. I used 3/16"" quick links to attach the chain as shown. Try to count and align the links evenly symmetrical on both sides, so that there is very little to no slack in the chain. I purchased a 12 pack of quick links on amazon for about $10. When connecting the tow bar; having it up and out of the snow helps reduce drag, but you don''t be more pleased. You''s face (buried in the snow). I ordered proper custom fit x-back harnesses for the dogs. They should be in the mail soon, for the dog''s it! Look at how little space it takes up!

    Nesting Table Plans Zoneshow to Nesting Table Plans Zones for As mentioned, I still have a few ideas for improvements. I''t wait to test this winter!

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ThatKnottyguy

5 years ago

How many dogs do you think it would take to pull a smaller man on the sled? Great instructable by the way!

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Justa Jakobi

Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

Hello, and thank you! The sled itself is quite light. I''s somewhere around 10lbs. I''s what I''t believe this is your first Instructable. I hope we see many more from you in the future!

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Justa Jakobi

Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

Thanks! It''ve got more stuff I want to share!