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  Like a lot of you, I've acquired a lot of different grip implements over the years.  Some fancy and specialized,  and some "I bet this will work" pieces.  These are the later.  A bit rough, but they get the job done.  These are some of my  "not so pretty" pieces.

  Credit to Mammoth Grip for the Trilobite frame at the bottom.

  Let's see what homemade,  and maybe a bit crude pieces of grip tools you all are training with that get the job done quite well.

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pancho_grip_lift
20 minutes ago, Jethro1 said:

  Like a lot of you, I've acquired a lot of different grip implements over the years.  Some fancy and specialized,  and some "I bet this will work" pieces.  These are the later.  A bit rough, but they will get the job done.  These are some of my  "not so pretty" pieces.

  Credit to Mammoth Grip for the Trilobite frame at the bottom.

  Let's see what homemade,  and maybe a bit crude pieces of grip tools you all are training with that get the job done quite well.

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Hello Jethro! what's the name of the first implement? it looks interesting.

When I began, I purchased locally made equipment, that does the job quite well. There are 50mm and 73mm pinch blocks (inspired in the ironmind blockbuster and the silarukov block), 63mm rolling handle, 60mm Jug replica and "The kinch" which is useful for shallow pinch and double key pinch.

 

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  The top picture is a 4.5" round stock from the scrap pile at a local welding shop.  I use that for one handed work.  They let me go through it once in a while to try and find a new "project".  They probably think I'm a bit nuts, but the price is right.  Lol

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This topic is right up my alley, the majority of my stuff is fabbed by myself from whatever I've got laying around.  I'll take some pics to share.

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I just snagged all of these off of my instagram (link in sig)  Theres more too but this is the majority of the stuff I've made so far

 

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1 hour ago, liftyzig said:

I just snagged all of these off of my instagram (link in sig)  Theres more too but this is the majority of the stuff I've made so far

 

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DUDE!!!  Very cool!  Love the progression with the dumbbells. 

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1 hour ago, liftyzig said:

I just snagged all of these off of my instagram (link in sig)  Theres more too but this is the majority of the stuff I've made so far

 

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I should learn to do metal fab work.

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pancho_grip_lift
4 hours ago, Jethro1 said:

I should learn to do metal fab work.

Me too 😁

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39 minutes ago, liftyzig said:

Just get yourself a cheap welder, watch some youtube vids and learn as you go like I am, a grinder is my friend ;)

That's a great idea.  I'm pretty busy with a business and raising twins, but this would be a great skill to have. 

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1 hour ago, Jethro1 said:

That's a great idea.  I'm pretty busy with a business and raising twins, but this would be a great skill to have. 

Even better, get the kids a cheap welder. 

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10 minutes ago, Climber028 said:

Even better, get the kids a cheap welder. 

That's a great idea!  Lol

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