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Dixie 2-1/4" x 42" Log Jack - #06238

Dixie 2-1/4" x  42" Log Jack - #06238
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Dixie 2-1/4" x  42" Log Jack - #06238
SKU: DX-06238MPN: 06238GTIN/UPC: 081767062388
  • USUALLY SHIPS: 3 - 5 Days
  • Made in the United States of America!
  • This product is not eligible for free shipping.

Product Description

  • A professional quality multi-use tool for the serious wood cutter--easily converts into a cant hook by removing the lifting brace
  • Wooden handles are top quality, straight grain white mountain hickory hardwood, kiln dried to 18% moisture content, then precision cut to an exact fit
  • Duckbill Hooks are drop forged with the bills ground to a fine point
  • Max Log Diameter: 12"


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