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    Question In The Yard

    I need some info on setting up a new chain rig outside.What's the best way to do it?

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    Chain/ Axle setup. We have discussed it many times, and fairly recently also...a quick search should pull up some results for ya

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    Heres one for ya...

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    2 o-ring, at least 7ft of chain,swivel, s-hook or some sort of connectors to connect the hardware to the chain. and axel

    loS--------------------S0-0S0

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    marty where do you get your axel o-rings from? i'm in nc

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    Thanks Marty. Just found that on a search. I need to make a new one for the new dog and didn't want one like I had.

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    They was ordered from our feed store, they don't stock em

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    Quote Originally Posted by chinasmom
    Thanks Marty. Just found that on a search. I need to make a new one for the new dog and didn't want one like I had.
    We use laplinks to put them together

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    thanks marty

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    great pics, thanks Marty. I'm a visual type of gal.

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    yeah a chain/axel set up is by far the best and rig it up just like martys.

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    stillwater has some very nice o-rings...

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    another visual example of a proper chain set up

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    Here's what you need: A ring, chain 6 m (20 ft.), lap links, d links, a swivel and the car axle.

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    nice illustrations on the chain set-ups Marty

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    Quote Originally Posted by thablacksheep







    Here's what you need: A ring, chain 6 m (20 ft.), lap links, d links, a swivel and the car axle.


    hey blacksheep, is that double o rings you've got attached to the collar in that pic??

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    hey blacksheep, is that double o rings you've got attached to the collar in that pic??


    thats dunkels pic..but its double d rings lol the collars go through those...

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    I WAS WONDERIN! IT LOOKES LIKE o RINGS ON THE COLLAR INSTEAD OF D'S!

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    Can I ask I question? This is the 1st time I have been on this forum. I am a huge advocate for pitbulls and feel they are high energy dogs and need room to run. Also feel when a dog is chained up for 8 hrs a day feel this is a cruel punishment and have contributed to them being aggressive. I understand they are "escape artists" but if you have a wire or chain link fenced yard you can put hot wire to prevent them from digging & jumping the fence. My dog is 4 yrs old and has never escaped, she has feel range of the house and back yard, and probly has no desire to, but also I have make it to where so could never escape and she doesn't know what fun it is if she does. Thus, she has no idea what it is like to runaway or break free. Just a thought...

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    Can I ask a serious question too? How is your dog bred.

    With a gamedog, they will push their boundaries all day long. A hot wire does nothing to stop a determined dog. Our breed can climb trees, ladders, up the porch to the roof, etc...to me its irresponsible to let your dog run freely.

    Now with a fat staff, thats a totally diffrent creature, and I bet they would rather lay in the sun and relax on the grass than get out and investigate whats going on outside the fence.

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