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 Post subject: Transports I use
PostPosted: 16 Jul 2008, 19:10 
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I posted here since 'The Trap Line' gets more trafic. I used piano hinge, bolts with nylon nuts and lockable hasp. Let me know ifin ya got questions.

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PostPosted: 16 Jul 2008, 21:04 
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Thanks for the photos RWT. By the way, what are you doing with the live animals that you are transporting? What market do you have for live animals?

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POST-JACKING AND PIXEL SIZE CZAR (P.J.A.P.S.C.)
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Is that bottom one a tad heavy. Kinda looks like a big sister to one of swamps live traps.


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thanks for the pics


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Thanks for showin us the pics. What is the bottom one made of?

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POST-JACKING AND PIXEL SIZE CZAR (P.J.A.P.S.C.)
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Up here I'm not allowed legally to transport live wild animals so am kinda interested in what you have.


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PostPosted: 17 Jul 2008, 15:02 
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The bottom pictue is a transport made of 8 inch pipe. YES; it is heavy. I made it when gas was less than a dollar a gallon and I used REBAr stakes then to LOL. It is Only used now ifin I make a run with my four wheeler. It is great for FOX.

The middle one photoed with the barrles is 12 inch pipe. The PVC Pipe is heavy. Sicne it became legal to live sale yotes I quite using all the PVC sept the redish pipe in between the barrles. That is what I put coon in. I let the first one crawl in the place the rest ifin I got more than one. I've trapped so little the last three seasons due to work that the three setting on the truck typically do a trap check.

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