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Is this a Newhouse longspring? #7192466
02/22/21 05:15 PM
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WesHoward Offline OP
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The chain kinda looks like my Newhouse double longspring traps. But this one is broke and [Linked Image]
missing the pan
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Re: Is this a Newhouse longspring? [Re: WesHoward] #7192477
02/22/21 05:32 PM
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it looks like it


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Re: Is this a Newhouse longspring? [Re: WesHoward] #7192483
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Might be a hawley and norton


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Re: Is this a Newhouse longspring? [Re: the Blak Spot] #7192487
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It does kinda look like my hawley and nortons too.

Re: Is this a Newhouse longspring? [Re: WesHoward] #7192493
02/22/21 05:57 PM
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Looks like a #48 Newhouse to me.

Re: Is this a Newhouse longspring? [Re: WesHoward] #7192495
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Newhouse has the dog tip cut the other way does H and N do that the same way also.


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Re: Is this a Newhouse longspring? [Re: WesHoward] #7192540
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Whoever said Newhouse #48 was correct. Any way to repair this?

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Re: Is this a Newhouse longspring? [Re: WesHoward] #7192600
02/22/21 07:42 PM
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Put it on the trap collector forum. Maybe someone like snakecollector or Diggerdale will chime in, or others. They both might know where to find parts if it is possible.

Re: Is this a Newhouse longspring? [Re: WesHoward] #7192667
02/22/21 08:38 PM
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I think you would be better of using the parts from your trap to fix up another #48. Time and cost to repair yours would be more than the end product...
Nice find anyway..

Re: Is this a Newhouse longspring? [Re: DiggerDale] #7192670
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So a weld would be no good?

Re: Is this a Newhouse longspring? [Re: WesHoward] #7192681
02/22/21 08:48 PM
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Weld the cross back together.. Won't hurt it none at this point.... It will make a good wall hanger or even a user.

Re: Is this a Newhouse longspring? [Re: WesHoward] #7192789
02/22/21 09:53 PM
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Might be my eyes but it looks like that may be a Triumph chain on that trap. Links look a little short.

Re: Is this a Newhouse longspring? [Re: WesHoward] #7192981
02/23/21 01:03 AM
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Originally Posted by WesHoward
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Whoever said Newhouse #48 was correct. Any way to repair this?


If you can't find vintage parts,Livestock Protection Company should have new parts,like springs.Not cheap though.I agree,get the cross frame welded

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