Hardwood Rasp Handle

$3.29
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Hardwood Rasp Handle

$3.29

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Product Summary:

Hardwood rasp handle has a threaded metal ferrule - screw-on type. 4 1/2" Long. Imported.
Item Number Model Number UPC
BIF09 106302 765839024763

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Not enough description
Handle is a good quality. Tuff, sturdy, good stuff. Unfortunately the description on the site doesnt say what type of rasp this handle works on. The rasp I have is flat, does not screw into the handle. Be nice if description was better for us first time rasp handle buyers.
August 24, 2014
Terrible
Does not screw on very well and the metal ring falls off constantly even when brand new. I would not buy it again or even recommend trying it out.
April 17, 2013
Won't stay tight
Can't get this thing to stay tight on my hoof rasp. Took it off after about 5 minutes. I'll try again to tighten it and leave more feedback if it starts to work better.
October 5, 2012
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good quality
PAUL R on Sep 25, 2015
I needed the rasp
LEANN K on Mar 19, 2014
good quality
PAUL R on Sep 25, 2015
Didn't screw onto my rasp and stay secure. Ended up just getting rid of it.
DAVID B on Mar 26, 2014
I needed the rasp
LEANN K on Mar 19, 2014
Didn't screw onto my rasp and stay secure. Ended up just getting rid of it.
DAVID B on Mar 26, 2014