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    Default C'mon folks SHARE YOUR FIX!

    Look, if you post a problem with your sled, and you have folks respond with possible answers, share what you did to fix it: Others s can learn from your final solution. Folks take the time to help, return the favor by sharing what finally worked

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    Yep, feedback is solid gold.

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    Yeah Jim

    You are cert one of the folks that really takes the time to respond to others in great detail

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    A long time ago I was trying to figure out how to run wires and hydraulic lines through the frame. Somebody suggested the corner of a small sandwich bag, some kite string and a shop vac. You make a little balloon from the corner of the bag, tie the string around it, put the balloon in the hole and suck it through the frame with the shop vac while feeding the string. Once you get the string through you can tie that to the wires or lines. Works like a champ.

    There might be a better way these days. I really haven't looked, I still have a lot of kite string left over.

    Hey guys, HAPPY FATHERS DAY TO ALL

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    Quote Originally Posted by golfish View Post
    A long time ago I was trying to figure out how to run wires and hydraulic lines through the frame. Somebody suggested the corner of a small sandwich bag, some kite string and a shop vac. You make a little balloon from the corner of the bag, tie the string around it, put the balloon in the hole and suck it through the frame with the shop vac while feeding the string. Once you get the string through you can tie that to the wires or lines. Works like a champ.

    There might be a better way these days. I really haven't looked, I still have a lot of kite string left over.

    Hey guys, HAPPY FATHERS DAY TO ALL
    An old electrician's trick for getting a pull line through a conduit. It can also be blown in if you have the hose adapter that allows string to pass through. But yes, it works very well.

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