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The homemade steel ones a friend made need to go and I'm not a fan of the '4 armed' ones - I'm looking for one like this:

http://www.dogsafield.com/prodinfo.asp?number=R243-001

Problem is dogsafield is sold out.

I want the smaller rack - all aluminum - with wide legs like this unit for increased stability.

Do you know where they're available online? (I've also tried finding via search here and I've been trying to see the Butch Green racks I've heard about but haven't found pictures of that one either)

Thanks


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Shane,

check with a member on the Grand committee. I know they got new ones last spring in Mississippi at the Grand and they are great drying racks.

thanks,

jason
 

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You might consider e-mailing that photo to a local machine shop. It would likely take them less then an hour and cost you a fraction of what is charged on-line.
 

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A couple of years ago I got one like that at Lion Country. They have a website by that name.
 

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@ Wayne - if LCS has one I can't find it on their site...
@ JTS - problem with that one is the legs - single leg with a cross member on the ground - a lot less stable and it's a lot bigger...
@ Rookie - thanks I'll give him a call
@ Phillip - I've been burned by the locals before - seems the 'one off' although not cheaper wasn't quite as good for various reasons - had this happen with dog toppers, holding blinds, storage boxes, water tanks - there's just something about when you've made a few 100 the bugs get worked out...
@ 4Duckhuntn - I'll check with the boys - thank you!!



Once I do find and buy one of these critters I'm going to post it up in the product review - I'm a little surprised how difficult it's been to find the one I'm looking for...


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I bought one from Team Take Em and love it. Bright orange, hard to miss. My suburbanite neighbors love when I hang ducks in the driveway.
 

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I wondering if any has plans for making one out of wood. The wood slat type of dyers are as good as any....
 

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It is good, but watch your fingers! There is a reason it is nick named "Edward Scissor Hands"...
True!!

Slow learners, beware.:)

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Doesn't that one tip over if it's not loaded 'evenly' as well?? I've not used that one specifically but the others I've seen like that (4 armed) all seemed problematic to me...
 

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Doesn't that one tip over if it's not loaded 'evenly' as well?? I've not used that one specifically but the others I've seen like that (4 armed) all seemed problematic to me...
never tried to put 10 on one arm and none on the other 3 but tipping is not an issue, very stable
 

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Doesn't that one tip over if it's not loaded 'evenly' as well?? I've not used that one specifically but the others I've seen like that (4 armed) all seemed problematic to me...

just dont put all your ducks on one arm.
just like changing a tire, your do not tighten one lug nut
down hard afore starting all of the others do you???
 

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Ok, I just fell off the turnup truck. Never seen or heard of a "Duck Drying Rack". Do you use this item to dry your "bumper ducks" or real ducks? Thanks. Duckdon
 
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