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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-13-2018, 08:56 AM Thread Starter
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DIY bush anchor

thought I might need this this spring?
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Prowler HDX,, lxc cab, tracks.led turn signals,2nd battery, dome and cab light,mud flaps, winch with 50ft synthetic rope.2 sets ear muffs,bush anchor,center floor 2gun rack,mirrors
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-13-2018, 07:12 PM
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IF the ground ever thaws that should work
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Pretty neat device! Playing in the mud creates challenges! LOL

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You would need miles of cable to find a tree in NoDak so it makes sense to have an anchor.

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you got that right

Prowler HDX,, lxc cab, tracks.led turn signals,2nd battery, dome and cab light,mud flaps, winch with 50ft synthetic rope.2 sets ear muffs,bush anchor,center floor 2gun rack,mirrors
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I always used them as sand and mud anchors for my boats when beaching them. I welded a 3/4" nut to the top and spun them in into the sand with a cordless impact. If the ground was too hard, then I would a put a piece of rebar through the hole and screw it into the ground. They do hold! Looks like it fits nice, too.
Thanks, got me thinking about buying another boat, now. Thanks... Thanks a lot!

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I always used them as sand and mud anchors for my boats when beaching them. I welded a 3/4" nut to the top and spun them in into the sand with a cordless impact. If the ground was too hard, then I would a put a piece of rebar through the hole and screw it into the ground. They do hold! Looks like it fits nice, too.
Thanks, got me thinking about buying another boat, now. Thanks... Thanks a lot!
Just put some pontoons on your Prowler!

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Geez, you had to say that, din't ya! Another project... Thanks RD...
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