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 Yea . That stuff is getting around .
 
 They have been beating on my door .
 
 You buyin it Hayes ?  I'm hearin both sides .
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I have been looking at the overspeed device for awhile. If you aren't willing to go all in on the chains, is this a good route you think?  Mike, Ray, anyone feel free to chime in.  By the way, how much is that thing?  I never seem to see the price when I look on Maxed website?
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I have, in recent weeks, re-committed to the Chains.  the new prototype toy I am throwing around is pretty cool.
 
A fellow "Chain-head" recently offered this info.  He swings heavy chains for sequencing.  He has a 12' length of 3/8" chain to which he has attached a couple additional lengths of 3/8" chain for anchor.  He grips the chain and swings it all out.
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