I have yet to see them in person. All I did was go to his FB business page and steal the photos to post here.They look great Tom, How do you like them? Are they heavy?
The idea behind the 3-legged plan was the improved stability on uneven terrain. The short horse is very stable. With the long horse, I often use it with the short horse and the two are clamped together (I put two sets of pipe clamp ends on each of the pipes, so they attach to both horses). Together the two horses are super stable.Look super handy!
Is there an u stability problems with the 3 legged stand over the 4 legged stand? Especially on uneven ground or setting up in the lawn/yard?
Any dimensional drawings/plans floating around out there for these or something similar? I've been in the market for a super sturdy set or two of horses. I have one set of Great Whites and can't find them anymore.
Yes those are 15* slots. The main rail leg is 30" tall on my version and the angled double-leg is about 31-1/4" tall, due to the slope distance being greater than the vertical distance. If you are taller than me and want to go taller on the third leg you will have to figure out how tall to make the double leg component to go with it.BS are those 15º slots you put in there to catch the legs?