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Pedestal Rods
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For  Mammals
No Tilt Hangers
    Finally an easy economical way to hang those hard to balance mounts. These hangers are designed to hang on two screws (for the regular size hanger ) or two lag bolts (for the magnum or super magnum size) making your mount stay where you want it.  No more tilting after the mount is hung. Your customers will also like the extra security, knowing there trophy is hanging on two screws or two lag bolts instead of one.
      Simply level your form up and attach the hanger level to the back. Then attach two #10 screws (recommended for the no tilt hanger) three inches apart one above the other  to the wall joist. For the magnum you use 1/4" lag bolts spaced six inches apart. For the Super Magnum use 3/8" lag bolts spaced six inches apart. Both of the Big Game hangers hang on 3/8" lag bolts and they are great for hanging large habitats on the wall. 

    These come in three sizes with a square Aluminum reciever sleeve the 1/2" and 5/8" come with three holes drilled in them so they can be screwed on to the back of form.
       5/8" threaded rod 14" long.
       1/2" threaded rod 11/3/4" long.
       3/8" threaded rod 9 3/4" long.
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Base Attachment
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        Finally an easy way to attach life size mounts to a base so they can be easily taken off and put back on! These are made to thread right on to the threaded rods already in the life size form. All you have to do is thread the white insert onto the threaded rod and attach the gray receiver into the base. The mounted animal can then be lifted off the base for easy transporting and slid back on to the base when you get to your destination. The receivers are 1 1/2" length by 7/8" outside diameter for the 3 smaller sizes and 1 1/2" and 2 3/8" length by 1 1/16" outside diameter on the 2 larger sizes. The threaded sizes are 1/4", 5/16", 3/8", 1/2" and 5/8".

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