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Old 10-09-2014, 09:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
What size door spring for spring pole
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I have a 70lb dog should i get a 100 lb spring or 70? Looking for proper spring to dog ratio. Can tell me other weights of spring if they are better.

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What size door spring for spring pole

I don't have a spring pole yet so I'm not the best person to give you advice on this subject. In my opinion 100lbs doesn't sound strong enough. My girl is only 60lbs, but I know she can pull over 100.
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I don't have a spring pole yet so I'm not the best person to give you advice on this subject. In my opinion 100lbs doesn't sound strong enough. My girl is only 60lbs, but I know she can pull over 100.
I think also that 100lbs isn't strong enough, a friend of my bought recently one
spring for his springpole, and can have a 110kg (242lbs)

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