Aluminum Leg Crook (head only)
- Cast aluminum
- Length: 5.87"
- 7/8" diameter hole for attaching to your own handle or to the end of a fiberglass or wooden shaft, or awooden neck crook.
- Use 1/8" x 1/2" screw or small nail (not included) to lock into place.
How to Use
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Mario T from New Mexico
The crook works very well. I had to file down a mop handle end so it would mount snuggly in to the crook. I read one review where the crook broke. It is only cast aluminum and it will probably break eventually if it is a larger animal that is struggling alot. That being said, it is relatively low cost compared to the other crooks and hooks. I would order a second one for backup.
Sherri W from Texas
Really prompt delivery. Crook works really well....it was missing the screw, but was simple enough to find one that worked.
Johnny B from Texas
Wonderful discovery ......one stop shopping for my sheep operation supplies. Prompt response, great quality.
Fouad E from Nevada
I attached the leg crook to a mop handle, I used it on few of my goats and sheep. It worked great. I took it with me over to a friend's place to help him trim his goats hooves, he loved it & I give it to him.
Geoffrey A from Florida
Overall I am pretty happy with this. I bought it to go on the butt end of the sweetwood crook, so as to have a neck and a leg hook on the same tool.
Suffice it to say that it works, I can hook the read leg with a little less effort than hooking a neck.
The cons are that it really doesn't fit snuggly on this crook. It rocks back and forth because it's opening is wider than the crook I bought to put it on. I guess that's no one's fault, nowhere does it say that it was especially designed for this particular crook.
And despite the rocking, it does work, but I believe that, after a lot of use, this rocking is going to take its toll.