Sleds of all types This Do-it-yourself projects category features a collection of DIY free woodworking plans to build all types of snow sleds from related web sites. The woodworkers construction information found on these sites range in quantity and quality.

Sleds of all types

Sleds of all types

This Do-it-yourself projects category features a collection of DIY free woodworking plans to build all types of snow sleds from related web sites. The woodworkers construction information found on these sites range in quantity and quality.

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Sled, Basic Boy Scout Klondike Derby

Copied from an actual Klondike Derby Sled, 12-7-63. Redraw 9-20-66. Drawing reissued for Klondike Sled Derby in conjunction with Winter Festival, 1967. From the Niagara Frontier Council.

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Sled, Dan Beards Jumper

The jumper is a sleigh made from green wood, cut in the forest for the occasion; hickory saplings furnish the proper material and the denser the forest the taller and straighter the saplings will be.

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Dan Beard
Toy, Wooden Sled

Here is a fine project for your workshop that will delight that favorite child. It can be made from all non-priority materials in a few hours time.

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The Woodcrafter
Sled, Dan Beards Boy Pioneer Bob

In the other books previously mentioned the reader can find plans and descriptions of all sorts of bob-sleds, from one made with flour-barrel runners up to the latest and most improved racing bob-sled. But none of them seem so appropriate as does the following one, made of the rough material from the forest.

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Dan Beard
Sled, Dan Beards Ohio

The sled with high runners looks odd to a Yankee, but it has its advantages when the snow is soft and deep.

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Dan Beard
Sled, Dan Beards 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 children and sales- ladies to chew.

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Dan Beard
Sled, Toboggan

Give the kids some winter exitement with a sleek, new toboggan that you can build.

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Popular Mechanics
Sled, Ben Hunts Arctic Hand

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 equipment only.

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Ben Hunt
Sled, Dan Beards Get There

Working Plans of the Get-There Sled.<br>This free woodworking construction plans and woodworkers projects information is courtesy of the Dan Beard web site.

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Dan Beard
Sleds, assortment

This free woodworking construction plans and woodworkers projects information is courtesy of Dan Beard web site.

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Dan Beard
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Sled, Ammunition

If all this has been properly done, you now have made a sled which it will be almost impossible to break; and, with a rope to pull by, one boy can haul snowballs enough for a dozen companions. SNOWBALL WARFARE! :-)

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Dan Beard
Sled, Dan Beards Skiboggan

In the New England States, where the snow is seldom soft and often is coated with a hard crust of ice, the runners of the native sleds, only a few inches in height, appear very low compared with the Ohio sled; even sleds with no runners at all are sometimes used. On steep, icy hills any old thing will slide, and here it is that the Skiboggan is seen in all its glory. In construction this cranky sled is simplicity itself.

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Dan Beard
Sled, Dan Beards Van Kleeck Bob

The swiftest bob-sled ... . This fast bob-sled is neither so simple nor so crude as the rustic jumpers described some time ago, and it will test your skill to build it properly, but with all the plans and measurements before you the task should not be too difficult for even a boy who can handle tools.

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Dan Beard
Sled, Dan Beards Tom Thumb Ice Boat

Although a full-rigged, delicately balanced ice-yacht looks like a very complicated piece of mechanism, when it is carefully examined the framework will be found to consist of two pieces crossing each other at right angles.

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Dan Beard
Sled, Dan Beards Toboggan

This sled, familiar to all who visit Canada during the winter months, is more like a mammoth snowshoe than the ordinary sled, sleigh or jumper that we are accustomed to see. It is suitable for the deep snow and heavy drifts of the northern countries, where the runners of a common sleigh would be liable to break through the crust and bury themselves.

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Dan Beard
Sled, Dan Beards Bob Sleigh

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.

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Dan Beard
Sled

Like any good sled, this one is sure to become an heirloom. At 30 inches long, this petite coaster is designed as a childs first sled, one for sliding on gentle slopes.

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Popular Mechanics
Sled, Klondike Sledge

Copied from Sketch Issued by National Council. Redrawn 4-1-70 (First Issued Jan. 1964).

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NationalCouncil
Sled, Ben Hunts Eskimo Komatik

This is the type of sled used by the Eastern Arctic Eskimos of Canada. Runners are usually made of spruce, split out of logs or of planks bought from a local trading post. This is a rugged sled, easy to build and well suited for the Klondike Derby. Cross pieces are lashed to runners with 1/8th cotton cord. Eskimos prefer cord to rawhide because their dogs will not chew it.

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Ben Hunt
Sled for winter hauling

Roy Morrison describes an inexpensive, easy-to-build sled for winter hauling ... the Corbin Carrier.

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MotherEarthNews
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Sled, Downhill Thrills

You can make your own sled by following these simple instructions and diagrams.

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MotherEarthNews
Sled - from shipping skids

If the idea of a sturdy homebuilt sled strikes your fancy (and it well might, considering the prices of today is brand name models), you may want to take a close look at the snow scooter that MOTHERs woodshop elves pieced together for the holiday season.

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MotherEarthNews
Sleigh

Sleighs are a fun part of winter for children. Follow the instructions at the link and build a sleigh.

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CanadianWoodworking
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