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Shovel Handle for P/W reloader

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by mkr, Apr 1, 2010.

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  1. mkr

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    There was a man that use to make an after market shovel handle for the
    Ponsness/Warren reloaders. I think his name is Don Brown. Is he still around.
    Mike
     
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    I called Don last week and he is fine . Super good guy if you need his number PM me .
     
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    New Handle in on order, Thanks for the help
    Mike
     
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    Hey ALF-99, I'd be interested in one of those, too. My tennis elbow is screaming out for one! Can you send his number or email to me as well?

    Thanks!

    Kiv
     
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    Kiv PM sent
     
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    Once you get a shovel handle for your loader (MEC, PW, or Spolar) you will wonder why you too so long to order one!
     
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    Best money I ever spent, the shovel handle I got from Don for my MEC.
     
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    Does he make them for Pacific 366?
    If so please PM me contact info because between my daughter and I that poor machine is really getting a workout.
    Thanks;
    dju
     
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    Hey I would love to get the # as well,if you would please send me the info.GAZ
     
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    dju PM sent
     
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    Don made the original and several have copied his idea. One guy actually bought two of Don's handles and posted them in his advertising picture, then sold copies.
     
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    Side note on handles; I have made my own shovel handles for PW's and a HP366. I have found that grip (cut to length) from a golf club putter works great - slid over the handle rod. It may seem odd, but the ones with a flat side work very well. They rotate and the thumb lays along the flat. Very comfortable. Go to a golf store and get a grip that feels good for just a few bucks. I use a Crown Jumbo with the thicker side of the taper to the right. I used the rod on the loader and bolted on my fabricated piece. I will post a photo if anyone is interested.



    JT
     
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