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Peavey Mfg 2-3/8" x 42" Timberjack

Peavey Mfg 2-3/8" x  42" TimberjackPeavey Mfg 2-3/8" x  42" TimberjackPeavey Mfg 2-3/8" x  42" TimberjackPeavey Mfg 2-3/8" x  42" Timberjack
SKU: PV-TJMPN: T-029-042-0275
$104.00
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  • USUALLY SHIPS: 1 - 2 Days
  • Made in the United States of America!

Product Description

  • A valuable tool for linemen and chainsaw operators
  • Lifts one end of log or pole off the ground and holds it securely
  • Linemen can outfit poles more easily when it's held at a steady, convenient height
  • For chainsaw operators, keeping the log lifted helps prevent chainsaw damage, pinching and kickback
  • Features a durable 2-3/8" socket and solid hardwood handle
  • Max Log Diameter: 12"

Specifications

MPN
T-029-042-0275
Type
Log Jack / Timberjack
Material
Hardwood
Handle Length
42"

Questions & Answers

1 Question & 1 Answer
Doug
from Woodland Park, CO asked:
May 9, 2020
Where is this product made?
1 Answer
These Peavey tools are made in the USA.
Submitted by: WRS on May 9, 2020

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