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DoubleStep

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DoubleStep used for making DIY climbing sticks for hunting. Many also upgrade Lone Wolf sticks with these DoubleSteps, especially on the top step to be able to comfortably reach higher to place next stick.

Now available with channels cut to fit 3/4″, 1″, and 1 1/4″. If you are using with a standard climbing stick choose 1″, or chose 1.25″ for platform posts.

Using on Lone Wolf sticks will require a replacement bolt. Use 1/4″-20 x 2″, Grade 8. Might be able to get at your local hardware store or available here – Replacement bolt for Lone Wolf Stick. Note – you only need a replacement bolt at the top and bottom, not middle step. Be sure to re-use the plastic washer under the bolt head to prevent the rotating LW standoff from loosening your DoubleStep.

NOTE: Backorders shipped in about 2-3 days on average.

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Description

These are 9″ wide, 1.5″ high, and 3/8″ thick. There is a 1/4″ hole for the bolt with a 1″ channel on the back to hold tight to the 1″ aluminum tube. These work on DIY sticks, Lone Wolfs, and any other brand of climbing sticks that utilize a 1″ tube. Now available for 3/4″ and 1 1/4″ tubes as well.

These are made from 6061 aluminum and weigh a mere 3.5 ounces.

Limited Quantity of Anodized Blemished: These are 100% functional but have minor cosmetic surface blemishes from the anodizing process. Had a batch that didn’t turn out perfect, so letting these go for a discount. Great to use as is or to paint and save money!

Disclaimer – Use at your own risk. DoubleSteps will not be liable for any injury or death that occurs from using our products. There is inherent risk associated with DIY projects and with climbing. Since we cannot control how these are attached or used, we cannot be held liable.

Additional information

Weight 3.5 oz
Dimensions 9 × .375 × 1.5 in
Coating

Anodized, Non anodized, Anodized Blemished

Post Size

.75", .75" Ultralight, 1", 1.25", 1.25" Ultralight

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