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Hastings Fiberglass Pole Cant Tool

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Hastings Fiberglass Pole Cant Tool 8' or 10' Length

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Made in the USA

Hastings fiberglass handle tool with heavy duty ratchet binder and nylon strap with special coating for turning fiberglass, concrete, metal and wood poles during installation.

Features and Benefits

  • Fiberglass Handle: 48" long by 2" diameter, has solid foam core
  • Nylon Strap: Special coated for gripping pole surface
  • Ratchet Binder: Heavy duty ratchet has extra wide handle for easy operation when wearing gloves
  • Neoprene Pad on aluminum base of tool prevents damage to poles
  • Two Way Turning: Poles can be turned in both positions without reinstalling the tool

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-H-6856-
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 3 to 5 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Hastings


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