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Chain links getting caught?!?!

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by eggy, Feb 6, 2002.

  1. eggy

    eggy LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 996

    I am very concerned about chain stripping kits and the links of the chain getting caught on something in the lawn and causing mower damage. Has anyone been unfortunate enough to have this happen or am I being to careful? Another thought would be to use heavy rubber but I would prefer chain, Is there a solid filled chain around or some kind of cover to put on the links?
  2. rodney

    rodney LawnSite Member
    from sw,ohio
    Messages: 103

    the choppers have then (factory made).i would say they wouldnt put them on the choppers if they done damage. they do have the chains near the tires shorter than the rest of them to keer from running over them.
    you could do a search on this . i think i remember eric elms chopper pulling up a sprinkler head or was it some one else.

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