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Otter Sport Series Ice Sleds

   

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Large - 64

Large - 64" x 29" x 11"

  • 100% polyethylene construction
  • Rotational molded design
  • Aggressive front-end attack angle
  • Wide sled tracks
  • Extreme weather tested

Otter's Sport Series Ice Sleds are your 21st century packhorse. Made from a proprietary blend of ultra-strong, custom rotationally molded polyethylene, these Sport Series Sleds are engineered tough while maintaining flexibility. The Sport Series Sled's innovative design includes a front-end attack angle which allows the sled to easily slide over deep snow and slush as wells as wide sled tracks for exceptional stability and tracking. Whether you’re in scorching heat, or sub-zero cold, Otter's Sport Series Sleds keep performing. Tow rope included.

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the only holes are were the hitch attachment is, you could fill it about 3/4 with water.
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yes it will hold water and no it does not have holes in it or your stuff would get wet
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more or less is it safe to use for sleding or towing people behind snowmobile or atv
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You could if you bought the hitch attachment from Otter, but i would go slow.
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I just want to know how much wieght you can have in the sled before the hitch points rip out, when (for example) - taking off from a dead stop.
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We spoke with the manufacture and they could not provide an exact measurement of the sled’s thickness. Because the sleds are rotationally molded the thickness will vary depending on which part of the sled is measured. For example, the sled runners will affect the sled’s thickness in places.
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Although FLYBPS says no, unless there are drainage holes in the bottom it will float. It will support the amount of water it displaces. So if the volume of water displaced is say 10 gallons, then this would float about 83 pounds (approx 8.3 pounds per gallon). I don't know how stable it would be and the higher the load the less stable it will be.
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