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Lehman's® Racer Sleds

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We took an old Flexible Flyer to an Amish craftsman and asked him to improve it. The end result has made us proud and will make you happy. Our Lehman's Racer sleds are the sturdiest we've seen.
  • Wood parts are solid oak, sanded smooth and coated with a polyurethane finish
  • Parts are screwed together
  • Runners and frame are heavy steel with powder coating to resist rust
  • Authentic-looking manila hemp rope
  • 56"L x 13"W x 6"H (steering bar 22" W)
  • 13 lb
  • About 10 minutes of assembly time required
  • Made in USA
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LEHMAN'S® RACER SLEDS DESCRIPTION
Assembly Instructions For Lehman's® Racers (Steel Runner Sleds)
  1. Remove the sled, steering bar, rope and hardware from the box.
  2. Using a 3/8" wrench, loosen the two nuts on the black brace enough to slide the wooden steering bar in between the two plates. (Be sure the brace is on correctly - the longer part should be pointing toward the front of the sled and the shorter part toward the back of the sled, as shown at right.)
  3. Slide the wooden steering bar in between the two black plates as shown at right. The beveled holes should be facing up.
  4. Insert screws into the two holes, then tighten the nuts of all four screws until secure.
  5. Place ends of rope down through the beveled holes in the steering bar. Tie a knot in each end.


Customer Reviews of Lehman's® Racer Sleds
Product Rating: 3.7 out of 5.0(3 reviews)
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- 11/29/2013
said: Lisa
"We love this sled. I bought if for my teenage boys who are not small and ride this sled very fast down huge, steep hills. They love it and it holds up to their abuse. Beautiful item also."
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- 5/2/2012
said: Jeremy Carr
"I have been wanting one of these since I used one at a friends house last winter.......It was a blast! I think I need the longer one though... I made myself a promise that before next winters snow I'm getting one."
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- 2/20/2013
said: David
"Almost no assembly is required, but what little there is does not go together. The T bar will not fit between the metal braces and allow all of the screw to line up with the necessary holes. Worked with customer service and both sleds exhibited the same problem."
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