Shaft butt cap, so-called lance foot

Optionally delivery including hardwood pole of approx. 40mm diameter.

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M | incl. wooden pole
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Shaft butt cap, so-called lance foot

The shaft butt cap is available in 2 sizes:

Size M

  • Length 95 mm Ca
  • Diameter above 35 mm Ca
  • sharp tip
  • made from 1.5 mm / 16 gauge carbon steel plate (not stainless)

Size L

  • Overall length approx. 200 mm
  • Diameter above approx. 50 mm
  • blunt lower end Ø approx.20 mm
  • made from 2mm / 14 gauge carbon steel plate (not stainless)

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