View Full Version : My New Sulky!

11-27-2001, 06:35 PM
Still in progress, but usable.
The rear "axle" pivots thus smoothing out the ride, much of the operator weight is on the back of the Mower, increasing traction.

Next a flip up seat, sit on teh full suspension seat, get to rough terrain, flip back the seat and stand!;)

11-27-2001, 06:37 PM
Sulky Pic (http://community.webshots.com/photo/21304110/26071166CVULuFocNv)

11-27-2001, 06:47 PM
Wow, looks like it was a nightmare to rig and weld up! Good job, but my goodness does that thing take up some serious room! Dosen't it bang into things when swinging around a corner? Would be great for large lots, but for small stuff, yikes! On the terrain of my lawns, that wouldn't last 2 hours before it would crack in half. Good job, but I'd rather spend my time/money on a premade proven sulky.

11-27-2001, 08:04 PM
Yes, TLS - it does swing way out. That takes some getting used to.

I'm going to reinforce the pivot joint, that is the weakest area - and is the place most likely to break.:eek:

I'm really designing it for a seat.;)

11-27-2001, 09:31 PM
Screw that!!!

Buy a Stander hydro. Well worth the $, and very little space on trailer, proably less than that walkbehind.;)

11-27-2001, 09:40 PM
Aren't you kind of trapped while moving? Seems kind of dangerous... Where can I get one?

You have more skill with a welder than I do.

gene gls
11-27-2001, 09:41 PM
I would suggest putting gusstes on all of your welds of the tube steel going to the pivot wheels. There will be far more stress applied than they will hold alone.


11-27-2001, 10:26 PM
Man you could bolt a love seat on that thing from out of the living room and ride in comfort.

11-27-2001, 10:50 PM
Have you seen the newer Toro sulki? It the best we have seen you can even back your mower up while still standing and has indipendent sides so instead of both sides going up as in most only the one that needs to raise would. We demoed one and loved it!

11-28-2001, 12:13 AM
I would get you to make me one but my Z already has a seat.:D

11-28-2001, 02:58 AM
Very interesting ,but I"ve never seen a sulky used down here,isn't it easier to have a ride on and sit on it?It must be a cheaper option than a ride on?Enlighten me please.:confused: