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    Boar Freakarator 2000

    I meant to share my latest creation with you guys for a while now.

    I have my son with me basically 24/7 since he was 6 months old so where before I got around on the 4 wheeler now I have to use the Zuki. He comes with me to work and mid week goat culling missions too (just the easy spots). He just sits in the babypack with his earmuffs on and tries he's best to to slow me down by grabbing all the branches of trees we walk past or singing twinkle-twinkle just to make shooting a bit more challenging . One day we shot 16 dog tucker goats on a neighbors farm which was good news for the mutts bad for me as I had to take all the carcasses off the pasture. So had to load them in the truck making a bloody mess of the inside. It was stinking for weeks.
    Than I decided to make a rear carrier, my mate used to have one on his old UAZ and it was really useful.
    So pulled out all the use full bits from the scrap metal pile and started cutting and welding.

    Made a frame and the bottom bit its going to swing on:
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    Than glued the mount to the tow bar which is bolted on the chassis so its Warrant of fitnessy
    This is where the bottom bit slides in and held there by 2 bolts, pull the bolts out and the whole thing comes of if not needed.
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    Heated up 4 10mm bars in the forge and bent them so the bottom will have a belly and welded on 2 lines of cross bars and made a set of hinges.
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    Its certified up to 5.2 goats carrying capacity. Still working on a better way of anchoring the straps.
    Patent pending .

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    Nothing is tough about having a 70 lb bow and looking like an uncoordinated praying mantis while trying to draw it back.

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    Fookin marvellous

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    Bit of do it yourself kiwi ingenuity there. Well done.. The welds look pretty special 😀

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    Goat Freak!!

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    Don't know if they are special or not am not a fabricator just an ex game keeper. It held up to everything so far. Had 2 of my mates (around 160 kg together) jumping up and down on it and it survived.

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    looks good mate
    thats my trick too, turn the mig up instead of grinding off the galvinising, haha
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    Looks like the Suzuki should wheel stand ok now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shearer View Post
    Looks like the Suzuki should wheel stand ok now?
    Haha yeah should bolt some little wheels on at the back of the frame to double as a wheelie bar
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    Brilliant idea - thanks - I'm now going to do something similar.

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    Good skills

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    Good stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill999 View Post
    looks good mate
    thats my trick too, turn the mig up instead of grinding off the galvinising, haha
    I strip most of it from contact areas but the but the heat gets to the rest, using gasless wire now splatters like shit. If you see the next fire in HB on the news than its probably started from my garage
    Nothing is tough about having a 70 lb bow and looking like an uncoordinated praying mantis while trying to draw it back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejavelin View Post
    Brilliant idea - thanks - I'm now going to do something similar.

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    Just don't weld to the chassis if its a licensed truck @thejavelin else you need a cert for your mods.
    Nothing is tough about having a 70 lb bow and looking like an uncoordinated praying mantis while trying to draw it back.

 

 

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