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PostPosted: 12 Oct 2006, 21:24 
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I've got some old jumps , #3's and 4's, anyone know if there is a way to spruce up the spring?

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adc had some work done on his a while back by smitty223,might give adc a shout and see what he paid for it or maybe he could post a pic and you could get an idea from that.


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PostPosted: 12 Oct 2006, 23:09 
Yeah, but keep in mind that this close to season, Smitty may be backed up as he's got his own line to run. Might be better to wait until spring time to do the sprucing.


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PostPosted: 13 Oct 2006, 08:49 
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If you're looking to make them better traps put PIT pans on them. That will improve them greatly....

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To add spring strength simply push a SMALL wedge of steel up tight between the spring and frame and tack weld it to the frame lightly.

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