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A check line is a leather line about 1 1/4 inches wide and approximately 15 feet long and forked about 5 feet from the end, one going to the right side of each mule's bridle bit. The other check line was identical except it went to the left side of both mules. These check lines was used to guide the mules when turning or backing up. http://www.samlindsey.com/Logging/8Wheel/Graysonia_Mem.asp
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