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Thread: Farley Joy Stick Boot

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    Farley Joy Stick Boot

    I'm looking for a Farley joy stick boot to replace the one that I misplaced!
    Does anyone make a replacement beside Farley?
    Thanks,

    Joe McNeill
    SW Arkansas

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    boot

    Just click on the below link.

    https://anver.com/vacuum-components/...s/b2_5-42-nbr/

    Chet

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    squirrel boot

    Or you can do as I do put a 3/8" hole in the end for the handle, cut to size punch 3 holes for screws and screw it on. Makes using the Farley much smoother and lasts a lot longer.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Squirrel-Ca...ss!66203!US!-1

    Chet

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    Thank you for your replies.
    Regards,

    Joe McNeill
    SW Arkansas

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    I have one you can have

    If you want it. PM me if you want it. No Charge.

    Pete

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    Joe, I bought a sack full of them from Anver in 2005. I would look for the kinda clear white ones that they use now. My new Anver B2.5-42-NBR and stiff as a preacher's dick. You are welc ome to them.

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    Slide a boot on and don't put the screws in that hold it to the rest. Moves more freely. Or don't use one at all. Dirt comes in from other places anyhow....

    Later
    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butch Lambert View Post
    Joe, I bought a sack full of them from Anver in 2005. I would look for the kinda clear white ones that they use now. My new Anver B2.5-42-NBR and stiff as a preacher's dick. You are welc ome to them.
    ...

    Good thing you don't plan to run for some public office.....but at some point we are who we are and okay with that.

    The politically correct world can kiss off.

    Mort
    Last edited by dmort; 04-21-2019 at 08:23 PM.

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    I would kinda agree with Butch

    I on finding a very soft and pliable one. Mine was stiff enough to affect bag movement at the extremes of the stick range if you let the handle go. I just took it off and don't run with one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmort View Post
    ...

    Good thing you don't plan to run for some public office.....but at some point we are who we are and okay with that.

    The politically correct world can kiss off.

    Mort

    Don't reckon I'll do that.
    glp is correct as is Dave.

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    Why Im givvin mine away

    P

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    Exactly.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Coots View Post
    Slide a boot on and don't put the screws in that hold it to the rest. Moves more freely. Or don't use one at all. Dirt comes in from other places anyhow....

    Later
    Dave

    I don't see the need for using one considering the underside of the rest is open anyway. They operate better without the boot.

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