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    *WANTED* Green Force Goodman Handle

    *WANTED* Green Force Goodman Handle
    to fit my HID 100
    ive got the soft handle but its pish
    so im looking for this



    incase anyone has one they no longer need and wish to sell @ much
    cheapness.

    thanks for taking the time to look

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    Re: *WANTED* Green Force Goodman Handle

    Those are pish too. sorry! I bought one and flogged it again within a week.

    I would recommend a generic type one from the likes of Kent Tooling or similar. attach the torch head with cable ties, 3 or 4 should do the job.
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    I think I may have one... will have a look on the weekend if that's not too far off.
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    I can make you a Gooey style Goodman handle for a generic torch, a bit like this but not in 'HeBails orange' and without "HPDW: stampled in the handle.



    Cable tie / Jubilee clip to attach light head.

    13 posted in mill finish 5251 grade aluminium

    17 posted in 316 stainless

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    Quote Originally Posted by dynarob View Post
    I can make you a Gooey style Goodman handle for a generic torch, a bit like this but not in 'HeBails orange' and without "HPDW: stampled in the handle.



    Cable tie / Jubilee clip to attach light head.

    13 posted in mill finish 5251 grade aluminium

    17 posted in 316 stainless

    that looks bloody wicked in orange lol
    but obviously needs to be in 316
    obviously I would need it so I was able to fit the c clip onto it from my soft Goodman Handle
    I presume that would be ok

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    Re: *WANTED* Green Force Goodman Handle

    Quote Originally Posted by RickyWishart View Post
    that looks bloody wicked in orange lol
    but obviously needs to be in 316
    obviously I would need it so I was able to fit the c clip onto it from my soft Goodman Handle
    I presume that would be ok
    Don't bother with the c clip, just use a cable tie or 4. It's a lot more secure with cable ties than it is with the clip, even if you add a grub screw in the bottom of the C clip. Trust me, cable ties were a revelation after the GF Goodman handle clip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian_6301 View Post
    Don't bother with the c clip, just use a cable tie or 4. It's a lot more secure with cable ties than it is with the clip, even if you add a grub screw in the bottom of the C clip. Trust me, cable ties were a revelation after the GF Goodman handle clip.


    yes I have noticed how much it moves about
    but I sloved that issue with a cable tie behind it after it was fitted into the c-clip
    but thankyou for the advice
    much appreciated

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    ive sent you a pm dynarob

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickyWishart View Post
    ive sent you a pm dynarob
    Replied - sorry for the delay - After offering them I realised I had no idea where I had put the lasered blanks for the stainless handles! I've found a box of them now

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    Quote Originally Posted by dynarob View Post
    Replied - sorry for the delay - After offering them I realised I had no idea where I had put the lasered blanks for the stainless handles! I've found a box of them now
    thanks m8
    I have replied
    much appreciated


 
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