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Shovel handles are here and done. All are in the typical new Ponsness/Warren silver/black hammer finish powder coat. I have 50 ergo-bent handles and only 5 straight handles. I highly recommend the 17º ergo handle for ease of operation.

These WILL work is the case feeder system.

Price will be $35.95 plus shipping of about $6.50-$7.50 as the box is fairly large.

Let me know if you are still interested. I will have a photo available later today after I finish-up installing the wood grips.

Jim "Whiz" White<BR>
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I'm going to have to raise the shipping up a few cents to cover the actual costs at $7.63 and that doesn't even include the special boxes I use to ship them in.

Was up late getting many out the door this morning. Thanks to all that ordered. I MAY have to start a new run of them now that the word is out.

Whiz

PS: Thanks "grunt" to ttt'ing this. You are a good supporter/sportsman.
 

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Whiz- I will try almost anything new to see if it is an improvement and I am tempted to order one of your handles. But, I had a major problem with another shovel PW handle I ordered several years ago. The purpose of this post is to see if you have solved the problem I had with the other handle.

I installed the handle per instructions. That job was complicated because of my press. I had to locate the handle on the left side. I set up my stool as I always do so I can comfortably sit while loading. Next, I depressed the foot control that activates my hydraulic system and the handle came down and knocked me off the stool.

Have you changed the design to eliminate this problem? If so, I plan to get one soon.

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Yes, but only if you disconnect the hydraulic unit first, or get a seat belt!

You have your hydro on the left side? Now that's a grand idea, except for the absence of the stop block.

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Been saying I'd get a photo of it, so here it is... I have both this ergo-bent handle and straight handles.



Have been experimenting with handle designs. Some are grooved as shown, some are simply a finished Birch rod. I have even tried out a couple in bright colors.

I am shipping the standard Birch shaft on 99% of these.

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Whiz,


I received my new P/W shovel handle in the mail and got a chance to use it yesterday. To me it's a big improvement over the factory stright handle with the 4 speed shifter ball on the end.

My 55 year old almost worn out right shoulder thanks you. The shovel handle has postponed me for the need to go hydro!

Russell Sapsford
 

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Hey Whiz, did you send one of these handles to North Dakota. I talked to you a couple of months ago and gave you my CC info. Also remember the grease. Let me know if I need to call you again.

Bob
 
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