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Hastings Universal Tie Sticks

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Universal Tie Sticks are equipped with combination hanger hook and tie wire assistant.

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Made in the USA
  • Rotary Blade: The rotary blade tie stick head produces a swivel action that enables wire to be moved greater distance without disengaging tool.
  • Rotary Prong: Use the rotary prong tie stick head for applying new tie wires with loops. Rotary action of prong provides ease and speed in operation.
  • Double Prong: Use the double prong tie stick head for installing and removing looped end ties. Double prongs are especially useful for bailing wire for safe removal.
  • Available in various combinations: Rotary Blade, Rotary Prong, Double Prong

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-H-468
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 3 to 5 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Double & Single End Sticks Model Model
  1 1/4" Dia. x 6FT 1 Dia. x 8FT
Rotary Blade & Universal Head 4684-6 4684-8
Rotary Prong & Universal Head 4682-6 4682-8
Double Prong & Universal Head 4685-6 4685-8
Rotary Blade & Opposite End Capped 4697-6 4687-8
Rotary Prong & Opposite End Capped 4681-6 4681-8
Double Prong & Opposite End Capped 4688-6 4688-8
Rotary Prong & Rotary Blade 4683-6 4683-8
Manufacturer Hastings


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