Originally Posted by McBrenner
That is by far the most unsafe way I'v seen to doing that. Flinging the dollys back just to save time is pure lazyness.
No offense McBrenner, but I own one of these dollies called "thesledbed" and I love it. As long as you use some common sense and don't hammer the throttle when driving on or off the dolly it is perfectly safe. That safety chain is about 5-6' long and when you drive off the dolly your track falls right on top of the chain stopping the dolly from shooting out the back. I'll admit the first time I tried to use it I didn't have my hand on the brake lever and when I hit the gas I drove right up and over the dolly, but once I got the hang of it, man it's the best, no more retching my back lifting a sled that is full of ice and snow. Also, the two guys that make these at Innovative Solutions Inc. are extremely helpful and seem to be willing to do whatever it takes to make their customers happy. HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYBODY!!!!
This attachment should show my T-Cat sitting on the dolly I plan on buying another for my Wildcat.