Try pulling it back with a fourwheeler/car/something.
Bromance Crew, since '08
That kinda defeats the purpose. I'd just tow in with the car if that was the case.
Decided to just strike out and start building one. Picked up an 11 hp motor from Harbor Freight, going to start designing the frame and spool setup when I get the time. Any welders on here from the Twin Cities?
I saw this in a snowboard movie but dont remember the name but you can get an old 50cc motor cycle(one of the ones for little kids) and take off the rear wheel and attach a rope to the rim of the back wheel and prop the back wheel up with some sort of make shift stand. So when you start the bike and gas it the rear wheel spins which coils the rope up and propelling whatever is holding on to the rope. Probably easier then trying to weld one yourself and easier to get a hold of all the needed materials. Good Luck.
Thanks for all the advice guys. The 6.5 is the same price as the 11 cause it's not on sale. The 11 was a restock, but I'm going to exchange it because I can't see lugging it around with all the additional weight that will be added by the TC, frame, spool and rope.