We released the direct tie-up Wolf Pup in 2000 and discontinued it in 2020. It had four shafts, four treadles, and an 18" weaving width.
What's the difference between the original Wolf Pup, the Wolf Pup LT, and the Wolf Pup 8.10?
The original Wolf Pup does not have jacks and lamms. Each of its shafts has a Texsolv cord connected to a treadle. If you want to raise more than one shaft, you must press more than one treadle. Look for 4 treadles and 4 shafts with metal rods (silver or black).
The Wolf Pup LT has 4 shafts with lamms so you can tie up multiple shafts to a single treadle. Look for 6 treadles and 4 shafts with metal rods (silver or black) and lamms (pieces of wood with holes in them for tie-up cords).
The Wolf Pup 8.10 has 8 shafts with jacks and lamms so you can tie up multiple shafts to a single treadle. Look for 10 treadles and 8 shafts with jacks and lamms.