Skidding Chokers feature a nub on each end with a sliding choker hook in the middle. These are slightly less popular than Cat Chokers, yet are still sold to many farmers, ranchers and property owners for land clearing. To use them properly you typically connect them straight to your drum line (aka winch line) with sliding choker hooks already in place (we have New Choker Hooks
if you need them). Most will run anywhere from 3-4 chokers off one drum line, but it depends on the size of your drum line, the size of your chokers and the size of the logs you're trying to skid. The bigger sizes we offer are really yarder chokers used for high lead logging (this method keeps the lines high off the ground near the landing to avoid extra drag and snags, and also uses butt rigging). This type of logging is a little less common today, but we still have many customers with this type of setup.