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SOMETHING STEER ROPING SLED COMPARISON VIDEO, CLICK HERE
Something Sled for Something Steer is the ultimate sled - dummy combination with features that no other sleds have, including:
t Quick Latch secure load & lock dummy strap
t Crossover Hocks for the most realistic dally
and bump training
t Corner Shottm rotating hips to practice short
round shots and rodeo runs
t Dragger Mode high low leg adjuster
t Bad Handle Bungeetm for realistic slow-and-
go corner shots and pull back action
t Head Trick left and right head ducker mode
t Lifetime Legs from compression molded polymers
Plus, the Something Sled with Something Steer is the only product that allows a header and heeler to realistically practice a run…TOGETHER.
t 100 lbs (135 lbs with Something Dummy)
Compare to 300 lbs for Heel-O-Matic, Time Machine
& Hot Heels, & 175 lbs for the Smarty, which means:
v Less wear and tear on your 4-wheeler or UTV
v No heavy tow bar or spring required
v Easier to load in your truck or trailer
v Securely rotate horns to different positions
t Swap out horns for long or short horn practice
t Properly positioned head for realistic angle of attack
t Extra wide wheel for sharp realistic corners
Assembled length: 48 in.
Width of Skids: 48 in.
Width of roping legs at toes: 24 in.
Total Height at hips: 36 in.
Total height at shoulders of Something Dummy: 42 in.