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Old 02-05-2020, 08:06 PM   #13
Chootem
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Join Date: Feb 2012
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Originally Posted by Worksalot View Post
The box iron where your pin runs through, if you find thereís still a bit too much friction on the pin, try finding a couple nylon bushings (or other slick material) thatíll snap in place for both holes. Iíve had to use such bushings on other types of live traps to reduce the friction on the pins, thus taking less effort to pull them. That way itís not metal rubbing against metal. Works great.

But it would require drilling out the pin holes larger to accept bushings. Guess you could always just try greasing the pin and see if that helps any.
Agreed. And tire in line with barrier from it getting pushed closer to trigger. Looks great, I might copy your trigger setup. Nice work.
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