Log chain

Log chain

Stout chain used for tying heavy loads to a wagon and for hitching a team to an implement or automobile that needed to be to be pulled from the mud.
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I came up with the idea of welding a log chain solid and pushing the Crosley down the parade route.
"How'd you boys get yourselves into a fix like that anyway?" he asked as he hefted the log chain back into the toolbox.
He drags log chain to slow his movement as the wind picks up.
Hunter's 110-pound Lab breaks GR-100 log chain restraining him, smashes through front of blind, swims toward duck.
There, just off the interstate, partially hidden in the grass near the 12-mile marker, lay a log chain. With thousands of cars passing by daily, there was a good chance it would be spotted, so I returned early the next day and found my latest roadside treasure untouched!
Before we tackled getting the logs that were in the woods, we replaced the strap with a log chain and hook (inexpensive and available at the local hardware), which is much easier to handle, and faster.
The "hooks" or "fingers" closest to the load are then hooked in a link of a heavy log chain that is attached to the load.
Off he runs for the log chain. (Youngest Son said he did literally "run.") Back he jogged with the log chain in both hands and hooked up the tractor.
My uncle hooked his tractor to mine with a log chain. When Dad signaled, we were to start together.
Butch Kirch secured the log chain around the trunk top and attempted to pull the tree across the creek.