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Old 11-14-2013, 05:20 PM   #19 (permalink)
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You make a long loop of rope that runs from your pull/tow point in front of the sledge and wraps around the sides and back of the sledge frame. The rope just rests on the nails. The nails are there to hold the loose rope in position so it doesn't drop to the ground until you can get the tow tension put on the rope to hold it in position. The idea is to put all of your tow tension on the sledge frame and not on the building the frame is carrying.
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