Ninja Handle with Liquidator Channel

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  1. Tim Osborne

    Tim Osborne Newcomer
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    Was hoping to find out if the Liquidator channels will fit in the Ninja handles. Sorry if this has been asked before but I couldn't find the answer.
     
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  2. CHWS

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    They don't mate as I asked before i bought mine , I like the ninja handle ,has that extra reach
     
  3. Tim Osborne

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    Thanks for reply. They would have been good match. I need a good swivel handle for the 18" Liquidator channel I just bought. The search continues.
     
  4. CHWS

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    Few people on here use wagtail handles, I haven't got that far as yet
     
  5. Tim Osborne

    Tim Osborne Newcomer
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    I looked at the wagtail handle but it was expensive and didn't seem to look durable...maybe I should take a closer look.
     
  6. daveyboy

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    Wagtail and liquidator (wagulator ) is a match made in heaven
    It also fits unger swiveloc.. ettore and moerman liquidator handleif you want one that just swivels and locks to use on funny angles
     
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  7. Eric Gilliand

    Eric Gilliand Well-Known Member
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    I admit they don't look up to much but in over 3 years I've never broken either a handle or a disc...even the ones i've heated, straightened, cut and butchered. Very functional, almost bulletproof but they do leave a little to be desired in the "looks" department...
     
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    Eric, It's what's inside that counts.....apparently!

    Sent from my SM-G920I using Tapatalk
     
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  9. Tim Osborne

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    Thanks for that Eric. I thought (from seeing pictures) that the swivel bit looked a little fragile. But if after use for 3 years, its still going strong then I will definitely try to get my hands on one. From what I have been reading they are the best tool for pole work.
    I just need to find a place that sells them at a good price.
     
  10. CHWS

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    Let me no where you get yours mate I'm after one aswell
     
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