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    image4.jpg
    here is a pic of just frame during construction
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    [QUOTE=robrph;1180611NICE!!!! Would you share a larger photo on how its attached to the quad. Thank you.
    here is a pic of just frame during construction
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    Thanks for the ideas, couple of questions, I thought about the hitch rack angle too but was wondering if you ever have any issues in covering the bottom of the wingers in mud. I certainly like the vertical wingers for the sake of not hanging them up on trees and the stability of the bottom rest with the top support, and I really like the additional storage for hides etc. as well as the utility of being able to take it off quickly for the utility. I am considering adding a back rack (haven't decided on flat or drop) but really trying to figure out the best way to haul wingers. I'd really like to see a larger pic of the rack if you get a chance.
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    Purpledawg its a 2 inch receiver hitch. Just pull the pin to remove rack.
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    Marsh Mule the wingers don't get muddy but the holding blind tubes will catch mud coming off tires.
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    I use a side x side with a treestand rack on the back for the wingers. Ducks in 5 gallon buckets in the cargo area.

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    Lonnie, What is a tree stand rack?

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    Lonnie, how do those work out for you, do you have to strap them around the ends?

    Bill, here you go...http://www.basspro.com/ATV-Treestand...product/49301/
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    Been using a tree stand carrier ( http://www.powersportparts.net/Profe..._p/4468123.htm ) to transport 4 wingers - installed easily, no problems with it after using it for almost a year, the wingers sit high enough to avoid the mud being slung by the tires, and they are held securely while trailering the ATV.

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    OK thanks, but on a side by side where do you attach it? On the ROPS right behind seats?

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