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Re: Magical Linch Pins

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Bob Harvey

12-21-2012 20:04:40

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To be honest, I've never seen one as pictured.

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12-21-2012 21:05:34

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 Re: Magical Linch Pins in reply to Bob Harvey, 12-21-2012 20:04:40  
It's one of those "American thangs". We keep the best for ourselves. (%^) I've lost as many those as I've lost the others but they do work as good as the others. May be a little cheaper.

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Bob Harvey

12-22-2012 16:41:10

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 Re: Magical Linch Pins in reply to DON TX, 12-21-2012 21:05:34  
Don't know about cheaper, but, I bought a bag of 20 of the 'old style' from A&I for less than $10, last me a lifetime (in fact have given a bunch away). They have a good 'blood blister' twang to them.

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Fuddy Duddy

12-22-2012 05:32:37

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 Re: Magical Linch Pins in reply to DON TX, 12-21-2012 21:05:34  
Are you saying these Locking Pins will come off at the same rate as the regular Linch Pins? I don't see how. But then it seems the regular Linch Pins would say on better than they do. I lost a couple the other day pulling a blade to rework my driveway. Wasn't any brush there to pull them loose.

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12-22-2012 06:28:14

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 Re: Magical Linch Pins in reply to Fuddy Duddy, 12-22-2012 05:32:37  
Some of the new imported pins are so weak gravity will almost take them off. When first made the orginal pins were not offset but only a ring through the "pin". I have one on my 39. Harold Brock and or his crew designed the offset design we have now. When you buy them try to open/ close you can tell the strength of the spring, don't buy the weak ones.

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