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Unread 01-29-2019, 08:24 AM   #141
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Looks really good, but where will you put the deer?
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Unread 01-29-2019, 11:19 AM   #142
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Thanks Bigol3!

I'll either build a trailer or drag deer on a "sled" of sorts. I've seen where some guys will take a type of plastic and drag their deer on that. I forget what kind of plastic specifically, but I think they make some roll up sleds with it.

I'm going to make a trailer for the cart anyway for maintaining the property, firewood and so on. With that in mind, I'll try and make a design that will work for putting deer on it without having to lift them very high, but also won't get hung up in debris in the woods.
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Unread 01-29-2019, 11:46 AM   #143
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Get you a Jet Sled
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Unread 01-29-2019, 12:19 PM   #144
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Get you a Jet Sled
Yeah, that could work as well!
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Looks really good, but where will you put the deer?
Flop the deer over the spare tire.

He's got a hitch on the back. Fab up a "buck buggie" for the deer.
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Well I've placed my orders for electrical components. Just waiting for all of those to come in and I can get to the part of this whole project that makes me a little nervous...

I've disassembled the spare tire/seat back pieces and am prepping all of that for paint.

Finally got around to trying to make the rear fender flares fit. I've mentioned before, this is a 92 CC DS and no one makes fender flares to fit on any CC DS for pre 94's. The front fender flares fit with no problem. Apparently there was no design difference in the front.

My lady came up with the idea to use clay or "putty" of some sort to get the angle figured out for the pockets where you bolt the flare to the body. She found some eraser stuff that artists use. It's basically a putty that you can mold. I placed it underneath the individual pockets, and then pressed it down on the flat work bench top. Then used my angle finder to use as a good reference so I could file down the nylon spacers to the angle for each pocket. Each pocket has a slightly different angle. The nylon spacers worked quite well to keep the flares from angling down.

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Once I did all of that, I used a heat gun to bend the rear part of the flares to the contour of the body. It is mainly just the two rear most bolt placements that needed to be bent.

It's not perfect, but it works. I might spend a little more time with the heat gun and see if I can get them to look a little better. For now though, the function is there...
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Unread 02-19-2019, 09:42 AM   #147
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What kind of BMS are you using?
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Unread 02-19-2019, 10:15 AM   #148
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What kind of BMS are you using?
I just ordered a BMS through Zeva. I'll be running that with their monitor and Chargery brand battery charger.
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Thanks Bigol3!

I'll either build a trailer or drag deer on a "sled" of sorts. I've seen where some guys will take a type of plastic and drag their deer on that. I forget what kind of plastic specifically, but I think they make some roll up sleds with it.

I'm going to make a trailer for the cart anyway for maintaining the property, firewood and so on. With that in mind, I'll try and make a design that will work for putting deer on it without having to lift them very high, but also won't get hung up in debris in the woods.
I put a front and rear hitch on mine. I've got a Harbor Freight HD flip down cargo carrier that I normally keep on the front.
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My lady came up with the idea to use clay or "putty" of some sort to get the angle figured out for the pockets where you bolt the flare to the body.
That's because you are just "putty" in her hands!!
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