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    Beach Dolly in the making

    Its coming along, Prolly wont hold a GPR though.

    Carbon square tubing .060 wall, free from work.
    Aluminum Douglas wheels with good tires, 25.00 from Ebay.
    Stainless axle, from work.
    Teflon hubs, again from work.
    Galvanized winch, SHHHH from work. Got to get a strap
    4 small tires, Harbor Freight 5.00 each.
    Quick Pined to take it apart.

    Still need to make the hitch and pull handles.

    When its done im taking it in for galvanized.





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    Its coming along, Prolly wont hold a GPR though.
    why not?

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    Work called, they want their stuff back

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydrotoys
    Its coming along, Prolly wont hold a GPR though.
    why not?
    Weak main frame, though I plan on adding two 3/4 X 3/4 ST along with the main tube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-ME
    Work called, they want their stuff back
    HEHE I dont work there any more!!

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    Mick that set-up looks good!

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    I like that

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    UPDATE

    updated, its almost done. I just need to figure where and how to attach the handles.
    Im thinking of cutting my gpr oem bars, shorten them and using the oem grips.

    Incase your wondering the holes in the two pieces of angle that I welded together are to make it lighter. No one makes 1/8th" 2.5 x 1 1/2 channel 1/8th" thick.

    The hitch extension is removable incase there is no 4 wheeler to be used.

    Adjustable aluminum front legs.
    Soon to go to the Galvanize shop.



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    Just back from the Galvanized shop.




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    Man, that looks good.

    I'd suggest the handle on only one side. If you are right handed, I'd say the left side....back a foot or so.

    I've seen them with a "hook" to push the ski rideplate, into to prevent the pump turn nozzle from hitting anything and getting damaged.

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