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Jeff's Handles
« on: February 09, 2002, 05:24:23 PM »
No,  Jeff,  I don't know how your belt fits. :D
Thought I'd put this here in case you wouldn't see it in "wanted".
Got a catalogue from Forestry Suppliers,  page 86,  they have misery whips and handles,  handles are $28.50/pair!!  I think I'd buy one set and make fakes for the rest,  since you probably won't be setting up a pit saw in the near future.  Haven't looked at the website,  but it's:
www.forestry-suppliers.com  
Where the heck is my axe???

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Re: Jeff's Handles
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2002, 06:27:51 PM »
Cool! I added the site (At least I requested that it be added, as Gordon is ultimately the link god) to the Forestry Forum link directory.

Right now I am watching two sets of used handles for auction. I may try to sneak a bid if they stay down. Ad if all else fails, as you say, I can buy a pattern.

Hey guys and gals , were getting a lot of links in the directory. Enough that its getting kinda fun to go in there and use the search to see what comes up. Please, if you have any good links put them in there. In fact, I expect that if you post it on the board, to also post it HERE
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Re: Jeff's Handles
« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2002, 06:09:15 AM »
I also added Forestry Suppliers to links a few days ago so it should be in the "links". Also check Ben Meadows Company catalog page 96. They have saw handles also. They should be in the "links" also to compare type and prices.
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