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When I built my first deck, almost 20 years ago, I thought I had it all figured out. 4 exhausting months later, I still was not done - I thought I had every detail measured out, only to find that I have got it all WRONG. So I decided to find a...
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AcuMiter Sled
Thanks for taking a look at my plans for the AcuMiter Sled. If you build it carefully, you can expect to be able to make repeatable miter cuts that are accurate to well within .029 deg. For a 12 sided ring, that is an accuracy better than .1%....
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Ammunition Sled
o make the sled, begin by knocking the barrel apart, being careful not to split the head-boards, as they will be needed afterward. Pick out the four best staves, as nearly alike in breadth and curve as can be found, and saw two or three of the...
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Arctic Hand Sled
This is a picturesque sled and well adapted for winter hikes and overnight camping trips. This sled is not intended for coasting but for hauling only. While it is used as a hand sled in the far north, it is well adapted for one or two dogs.
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Bob Sled
A fun double-runner sled for downhill adventures. The Double-Runner, or Bob Sled, as it is frequently called, possesses many advantages over the long sleds formerly used west of the Allegheny Mountains. The old-fashioned sleds were steered by the...
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Bob Sled
The Double-Runner, or Bob Sled, as it is frequently called, possesses many advantages over the long sleds formerly used west of the Allegheny Mountains. The old-fashioned sleds were steered by the boy in front kicking with his heels on the frozen...
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Eskimo Komatik Sleds
Free Eskimo Komatik Sleds Plan
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Eskimo Sled
Somewhere among my notes I have a century old copperplate print of one of these Eskimo sleds and it represents a sledge all made of bones lashed together with thongs. You see, the Eskimos had no wood, that is, none but the driftwood that they may...
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Gummer
The Gummer is a hand sled built on the general plans of The Jumper, and it is called a gummer because it is somewhat similar to the ones used by the men known as gummers who live in the forests and make their living by collecting spruce gum for...
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Jumper
The only really necessary tools with which to work in building a jumper is an axe and an auger, but for that reason one need not throw away the contents of the tool chest. The jumper is a sleigh made from green wood, cut in the forest for the...
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Klonoike Sled
Free Klonoike Sled Plan
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