- Made of tough, impact-resistant plastic. Must less $$ than other options.
- Has 3 runners that leave approximately .75" of fiber depending on the thickness of the combs and how you tip it.
- Fits Premier's 4000s or any 3" shearing head.
How to Use
See instructions above.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Cody K from Nevada
I certainly like the idea of this product! Unfortunately, I have not had success using the comb lifter.
I find striving to reach the product's full potential is unreasonably time consuming, and ultimately disappointing. The sheep have uneven staple lengths at the end, and the harvested wool is full of second cuts. If the shearer tips their blades towards the sheep at any time, they will achieve the same results as if the comb lifter were not attached at all.
Perhaps using the comb lifter on camelids and hair sheep would yield more positive results. However, having sheared with the product on Suffolk, Dorset and Hampshire fleeces, I would not recommend this purchase.
Mark D from Colorado
I didn't have a lot of experience sheering so I added this as my 'training wheels' in order to lessen the possibility of nicking the animal.
Tara F from NY
This really helped us feel more comfortable shearing when we started, and made it easier to leave a uniform layer of extra wool when shearing in NY winter.
Absolutely worked as needed to leave some hair on the hair sheep to protect them from our south Texas sun. Took some practice (that first sheep looked pretty bad!) to get the hang of clipping with this attachment but after the first one, everything went very smoothly and the product did exactly what it said it would do.
if you're nicking them, try this, worked great for us