TL Saddle - Kickstand???

Discussion in 'Saddle improvements and customization' started by ricky racer, Oct 26, 2016.

  1. noxninja

    noxninja Active Member

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    I would pay good money to see this


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  2. fawnzy

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    Might be handy during a fall.....are you going to test it?


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  3. sojourner

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    I'd rather land on a bouncy ball than a stick with a nail in it. :)

    After the rut, if I can sew up a belt on the sit drag, I'll give it a whirl.




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  4. sojourner

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    I am hunting my way through college. Any and all singles appreciated!


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  5. fawnzy

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    Post a video!


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  6. Ontariofarmer

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    Hey Ricky

    Do you still use your kick stand and are you happy with it . I am thinking of making something similar
     
  7. ricky racer

    ricky racer Active Member

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    Sure do. It kept me from leaving the saddle and going back to a conventional tree stand. There are times when I don't use it but if needed, it's always with me.
     
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    I may give this a try as well.
     
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    A few decades back, when I was more nimble, I envisioned hooking steel cable between trees, at hunting height, and moving slowly from tree to tree. Sort of a treetop stalking method, if you will. Never quite got around to it. I think planning a zip line for the Grandkids jogged that memory.
     
  10. fawnzy

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    Has anyone tried an adjustable crutch.


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  11. fawnzy

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    So, I'm going to try this thing. But, I'm going to use a dowel as the top of the "T" and place some "U" brackets accordingly so the leg straps will be between the dowel and the bracket.


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  12. Ontariofarmer

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    Give us a picture when your done


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