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Drag Lure

Discussion in 'Hound' started by dazgail, Feb 5, 2010.

  1. dazgail

    dazgail New Member Registered

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    Would anyone who has a drag lure please put a few pictures on this thread as i'm in the process of making a new one and would like a few ideas on the different designs that people have used. Many Thanks
     
  2. milly

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    :thumbsup:

    If I can find anymore I'll put them on.
     
  3. seh.al

    seh.al alan1980 Registered

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    what kind of starter motor did you use and does the shank have to be 5 3/4'' long???? :wacko:
     
  4. dazgail

    dazgail New Member Registered

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    Thanks Geoff, looks very professional, one of the better ones i have seen over the last years. :thumbsup:
     
  5. milly

    milly Who's Y Daddy? Registered

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    This 12 volt motor produces 2.5 HP (approx. the same as the Ford starter motor) and is being manufactured to Injoy specifications. It is designed to provide a more reliable and durable choice when compared with the Ford starter motor. The motor has a four hole mounting plate with a six inch long, 5/8 inch diameter shaft. To provide more torque, it has four field coils (the Ford Starter has two) and the shaft turns on two ball bearings. This is a high quality motor manufactured with lure coursing requirements and performance in mind. (wt. 22 lbs.).........................$310.00
     
  6. milly

    milly Who's Y Daddy? Registered

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    I got this portable lure from America 2 years ago, its absolutely bril for training young dogs, also valuble for getting them cobwebs off my racing dogs :thumbsup:
     
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    Tom Pickering New Member Registered

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    Here are two more for you to look at - similar designs though..

    Good luck with your lure

    Tom

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  8. billyboy45

    billyboy45 New Member Registered

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    Alrite Darren,me owl mate.Promised you these a ew days ago.This wee baby has served me well,for about 15 years now mate.Simplicity,itself.Just put me 1st cellinoid on it though.Am gona patent this wee lure.As ive been askeed to make quite a few of them.Did 3 last year,and could have sold 3/4 more.The dearest part of it,not counting the 1st battery.Was £25 for the synthetic sleave.That goes on the shaft,and fits exact,in the center of the wheel.Cud have been done a lot cheaper mind.If i could get me hands on a wee table lathe.This latest battery ive just got Cost me a fiver.Its a 12 volt ,22amp.5 amp hour,more than my last one,that done me no harm,after 7 years.This one came out of a golf buggy,and was apparently.Not holding the charge.Someone was a fool,lol.

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    Think thats quite enough boy.Ive covered most,if not all the angels.The heavyest part of this wee lure,is the battery.It can be just picked up,and carried with ease.
     
  9. milly

    milly Who's Y Daddy? Registered

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    I like the look of that on/off button Billy, can you get me one please
     
  10. seh.al

    seh.al alan1980 Registered

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    Hi ive got an newish escort starter motor rigged up [not old type with separate solenoid ], ive got lamp cord to bell switch green/yellow and grey together and brown and black wires together then ive put g / yellow and brown to positive cable and black and grey to the small nut on solenoid , when i push the bell switch the cog pushes out but it wont spin and it makes a clicking noise theres power getting there but it just wont spin !! was woundering if any of yous could give me any ideas to what iam doing wrong and if iam missing anything CHEERS !!!!!!
     
  11. milly

    milly Who's Y Daddy? Registered

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    Sounds like the starter motor :unsure:
     

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