Distal Steel Clip Starter for 1 1/4" Hardy Hole

Item No.38-00430
A determining factor for drawing uniform clips is moving the proper amount of steel. This, for some farriers who don't draw clips daily, can be a problem. This tool can help solve that by enabling the user to be more consistent and accurate when making clips. Using 2 or 3 blows, drive this tool down
Price $122.98
incl. tax
Low stock

Description


A determining factor for drawing uniform clips is moving the proper amount of steel. This, for some farriers who don't draw clips daily, can be a problem.

This tool can help solve that by enabling the user to be more consistent and accurate when making clips. Using 2 or 3 blows, drive this tool down the hardie hole, through the thickness of the hot shoe where you want the clip.

The hole in the clip starter shows you when the correct depth is reached.

Pull the shoe out, letting the tool fall out of your way and flatten the bulge of hot steel on the clip horn or anvil face and you have a perfect clip.

Fits in the hardy hole of the anvil and features a stop for a consistent source.

Made from durable 4140 then heat treated for long life.

Available for 1” & 1 ¼” hardy hole, this is the most common hardy hole size however size 7/8” sizing upon special request.




Specifications

Productgroup
Hardy
Material
Steel
Size
1 1/4"

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Distal Steel Clip Starter for 1 1/4" Hardy Hole

Item No.38-00430
A determining factor for drawing uniform clips is moving the proper amount of steel. This, for some farriers who don't draw clips daily, can be a problem. This tool can help solve that by enabling the user to be more consistent and accurate when making clips. Using 2 or 3 blows, drive this tool down
Price $122.98
incl. tax
Low stock

Description


A determining factor for drawing uniform clips is moving the proper amount of steel. This, for some farriers who don't draw clips daily, can be a problem.

This tool can help solve that by enabling the user to be more consistent and accurate when making clips. Using 2 or 3 blows, drive this tool down the hardie hole, through the thickness of the hot shoe where you want the clip.

The hole in the clip starter shows you when the correct depth is reached.

Pull the shoe out, letting the tool fall out of your way and flatten the bulge of hot steel on the clip horn or anvil face and you have a perfect clip.

Fits in the hardy hole of the anvil and features a stop for a consistent source.

Made from durable 4140 then heat treated for long life.

Available for 1” & 1 ¼” hardy hole, this is the most common hardy hole size however size 7/8” sizing upon special request.




Specifications

Productgroup
Hardy
Material
Steel
Size
1 1/4"

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