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    Posted 9 months ago

    whytecotte
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    I was told this was a syrup/sap sled but I can’t find anything like it online. Anyone know what this is??

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    Comments

    1. Congcu, 9 months ago
      What are it's dimensions?
    2. lzenglish lzenglish, 9 months ago
      The only thing i can agree with for sure in your description, is the sled part, as it does indeed look sled-ish. Now if i had to describe the rest of it to a blind man, i would say, appears to be a TRIGGER Device, made from wood, with a tapered stick for varied pressure activation. You need to give us a bit more info and we WILL SOLVE IT !

      LZ......
    3. Congcu, 9 months ago
      Consider the possibility that it is a cheese press.
      My grandmother made farmer's cheese with something similar. Send the dimensions!
    4. lzenglish lzenglish, 9 months ago
      @Congcu, I Considered it, and I agree on your cheese press theory. Nice Solve !

      Dear O.P., How Bout it, did You get a chance to sniff the wood, and see if it Smells like "Who Cut The Cheese" ? LMAO !

      LZ....

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