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Sled boxes #3432888
11/19/12 08:16 PM
11/19/12 08:16 PM
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Montana
mtbadger Offline OP
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I lost all the pics of the different sled boxes and sled scabbards that you guys have shared over the years. Can you guys help with some pics and how you organize the insides PLEASE.

Thanks
mtbadger
(Andy)


Ordinary men can do extrodinary things....

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Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3433364
11/19/12 10:39 PM
11/19/12 10:39 PM
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100 Mile House, BC Can
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100 Mile House, BC Can


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Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3433557
11/19/12 11:41 PM
11/19/12 11:41 PM
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Montana
mtbadger Offline OP
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Thank you bctomcat.....


Ordinary men can do extrodinary things....

Always looking for Bridger #3OS and 1.65OS
Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3433762
11/20/12 03:14 AM
11/20/12 03:14 AM
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Homer, Alaska
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Made for my bravo last year.








Here is a pretty elaborate box made by a guy on dootalk. And more if your son inclined. ;0)
http://www.dootalk.com/forums/topic/265217-swt-cargo-box/

Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3434930
11/20/12 07:38 PM
11/20/12 07:38 PM
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north pole, AK
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Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3435365
11/20/12 10:02 PM
11/20/12 10:02 PM
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Montana
mtbadger Offline OP
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Thanks Len and Scott


Ordinary men can do extrodinary things....

Always looking for Bridger #3OS and 1.65OS
Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3439761
11/23/12 04:13 PM
11/23/12 04:13 PM
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Montana
mtbadger Offline OP
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Any more ideas....


Ordinary men can do extrodinary things....

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Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3439790
11/23/12 04:33 PM
11/23/12 04:33 PM
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Bethel, Alaska
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Bethel, Alaska
I use a rubbermaid tote, easy on easy off.


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Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3439943
11/23/12 06:25 PM
11/23/12 06:25 PM
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Fairbanks Alaska
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Fairbanks Alaska
Just finished the aluminum box on the back of the Skidoo. Quite abit more expensive than wood but workwise, strong and light. Got a few more things to do to it but good start.


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Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3439949
11/23/12 06:27 PM
11/23/12 06:27 PM
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Montana
mtbadger Offline OP
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Howler is that bolted to the sled??

Thanks for the pics


Ordinary men can do extrodinary things....

Always looking for Bridger #3OS and 1.65OS
Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3439982
11/23/12 06:42 PM
11/23/12 06:42 PM
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Galena Alaska USA
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Galena Alaska USA
Great Gear box Howler! Pretty Dang Nice.

Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3439998
11/23/12 06:51 PM
11/23/12 06:51 PM
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Interior Alaska
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Nice box! Careful about mixing clean gloves and chainsaws though! smile

Re: Sled boxes [Re: smalltimetrapper] #3440208
11/23/12 08:35 PM
11/23/12 08:35 PM
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Northern Alberta
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Northern Alberta
Ya, they don't mix to well, but oil works fine... grin

Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3440337
11/23/12 09:48 PM
11/23/12 09:48 PM
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Fairbanks Alaska
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Fairbanks Alaska
The box isn't bolted down yet. There is a couple places to bolt to the rack. Just had the saw in the box on a river check, it won't be in there for trapping. The rubber boat latches on the lid are great in warm weather but they are like steel in the cold, may have to change that. A young guy in Fairbanks built it for me. It was his first try and would be interested in making more.


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JR Pederson
PO BOX 58226
Fairbanks AK 99711
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Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3440730
11/24/12 02:12 AM
11/24/12 02:12 AM
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Fairbanks AK
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That's pretty nice, how much would he want for them? Already got a box on the primary machine, but would be interested in a box on the other ones.


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Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3440747
11/24/12 02:54 AM
11/24/12 02:54 AM
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Fairbanks Alaska
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Fairbanks Alaska
He charged $400 for this one but it was huge and had the step in it. Don't think most guys would want this cabover camper on their sleds. I'll give his # to anyone that wants it. Enthusiastic young man and willing to build anything ya want out of steel or aluminum.


Alaskan #9 Trap Company
JR Pederson
PO BOX 58226
Fairbanks AK 99711
cell# 907-378-7291
pedersonjr@yahoo.com
Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3442335
11/25/12 12:54 AM
11/25/12 12:54 AM
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northern Alberta
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couple pics from my sled box, works good, back is designed to haul 5 gallon jerry can, inside lined with rug, chainsaw scabord works fine but seems to plug with snow and junk so i have to clean it out once in awhile. nice to see what everybody else does....

Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3442819
11/25/12 01:17 PM
11/25/12 01:17 PM
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Montana
mtbadger Offline OP
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Thanks 357


Ordinary men can do extrodinary things....

Always looking for Bridger #3OS and 1.65OS
Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3443020
11/25/12 04:07 PM
11/25/12 04:07 PM
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Alberta
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like everyone I've made my share of boxes for racks. Its a pain to access lots of them though. These days i just throw a big plastic fish box in the back with open top. fits racks size perfect and i can reach in and lift out as needed. Put my snowshoes underneath it as they sit flat, so they're out of way. I put my gear I want to keep dry inside a smaller plastic tote while everything else is open and exosed by easily accessed. I have a fur bag for a cover if going through deep snow to keep everything clean. It's all about speed and accessing my gear quickly.

Re: Sled boxes [Re: mtbadger] #3443741
11/25/12 10:33 PM
11/25/12 10:33 PM
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Montana
mtbadger Offline OP
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I hear that Brian I just wanted some ideas to ponder a design with. I still have to raise the seat and put a storage space there. Its going to be a work in progress. Today was the last day of the general deer and elk season so I can start setting traps. Cat season doesn't open until December 1st so I'm setting for yotes/fox and scouting for more cats. I want to target a few Marten this year also.


Ordinary men can do extrodinary things....

Always looking for Bridger #3OS and 1.65OS
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