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I was just crusing the PDA websit and I was looking at the dissembeled gripper section.

I then remembered a post where somebody posted "buy this find the handle depth for your desired strength and mount the handles there and you'll be happy with the strenth you you gripper." This is a fantastic idea.

How about this...

PDA is only offering a "small" spring so...

Get a Tetting gripper based on the desired wire size, knock out the pins, and mount the handles with epoxy where you need them to get the Exact strength your looking for.

I have so many grippers I don't need to do this, but I think this will solve the problem many of us have.


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Or you can just buy an Ivanko Supergripper and increase the resistance by a few pounds at a time...

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I don't think you can get better than a "G", I know I have one. However, if you don't have a few hundred bucks and you want a gripper where you need it this is a cheap easy solution.

This thread is for the guys asking all the questions about gripper ratings trying to find the perfect 1.4 or 2.8 gripper.


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This reminds me of a Lemley gripper that I took apart and was going to put back together when I got the handles fitted closer to the spring. Now, where is that gripper??

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