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    Question French-link Wonder Bit?

    Does anyone know of a french link Wonder Bit? I have searched but havent had any luck... Thanks!
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    I have been looking and can't seem to find what I thought were french link wonder bits.

    Luvs2ride79 has some good english versions...i actually have the french link loose ring elevator for one of my horses

    This page has the main wonder bits I could find

    The Tack Stop - Wonder Bits & Gags
    354 looks kinda like a french link to me

    Good Luck!

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    search for dog bone wonder bit I think they make those

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    Do the elevator bits have the exact same action? The seem like with that straight shank they would be a bit more harsh. At this point Im thinking that would be my best bet. Thank you.

    I google'd D.B.W.B. and it showed me just about every bit but what Im looking for...
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    The 3-ring elevator bit will require a slightly more quiet & steady hand because of the straight line up of the rings, but the action will feel the same to your horse's mouth. It just engages quicker, with less effort because of the straight design.
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    thank you again luvs2ride!
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