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Post by oneday on Thu 02 Apr 2015, 7:27 pm

a lot of u get blisters especially if u dig a fair few holes in a day.

well heres a handy idea that will eliminate the blisters.

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cricket bat grips.

by the way there is a knack to getting them on..

from now on all the picks I sell will have the grips on them..

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Post by oneday on Sat 04 Apr 2015, 5:16 pm

they take the blisters away..
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Post by goldnomad on Sun 05 Apr 2015, 4:16 am

Can I have a pair of Kookaburra batting gloves too please Ray Razz
Better throw in a box too in case my hand slips off the pick:affraid:

Btw, don't be so miserable! put the whole grip on so we can use two hands Smile Smile Smile

Good to see you think pout of the square mate Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

Robert

PS. Here's a good way to put it on

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpnG8p2I_JU

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Post by russo on Sun 05 Apr 2015, 8:03 am

Is that the delivery chicks photo on the wall?

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Post by oneday on Sun 05 Apr 2015, 8:27 am

cheers Robert

I usually use the tyre paste from when I put tyres on rims . It stays moist for a day or two then dries of and the handle stays firm.

On the short handle picks I found that u only need half a protector.

With the new PILBARA pick and 700 - 900mm shaft we will be putting on the long one piece grip however in saying that we may still have to cut it into 2 sections to allow the two hands to be protected.

Delivery chick is a lot nicer than that one--and the two fellas in the photo to the right if u hadden noticed is me with Andrew Forrest when he first kicked of FMG back in 2008. just a bit of trivia.

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Post by Wedgetail on Sun 05 Apr 2015, 3:22 pm

Ray,
",,,,,,,,On the short handle picks I found that u only need half a protector,,,,,,,,,,"

That's what the wife said when we came home smashed from a party one night,,,,,,,nine months later, we had our first child!

Oh sorry, did you say "picks"?,,,,,,,,,,sorry. Embarassed

BTW - that pick levitates does it? Amazing technology we have these days isn't it?
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Post by goldnomad on Mon 06 Apr 2015, 6:22 am

oneday wrote:

Delivery chick is a lot nicer than that one--and the two fellas in the photo to the right if u hadden noticed is me with Andrew Forrest when he first kicked of FMG back in 2008. just a bit of trivia.

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Yeah, I "twigged" to that Razz

What metal-hardened, toughened, ploughshare etc.- is the Pilbara pick made of Ray?

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Post by oneday on Mon 06 Apr 2015, 8:35 am

its a whole new design but yeah made of harden steel,

justs needs to be cost effective.

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