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#12248081 - 05/16/17 11:46 AM Where to get this mold?
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Anyone have a link? Looking for a shakey head mold exactly like this one.
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#12248161 - 05/16/17 12:49 PM Re: Where to get this mold? [Re: 96speed]
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Looks like a modified Randy Howell shaky head Jig

http://store.do-itmolds.com/Shake-It-Jig_c_402.html
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#12248198 - 05/16/17 01:27 PM Re: Where to get this mold? [Re: 96speed]
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When you find it be sure to change that spring out to the one with the spike in the middle to line up the bait. You can thank me later.
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#12249506 - 05/17/17 09:07 AM Re: Where to get this mold? [Re: 96speed]
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I have the Do-It brush jig mold that has the same head style but it has a skirt and trailer keeper in the mold. I spoke to Do-It at the Classic Expo and they recommended plumbers putty to manipulate the mold. I tried that and it was a big failure. The jig head came out kind of lousy (not to mention incredibly tedious when you're trying to crank out 20-30 jig heads in one sitting).

The Howler mold is close but I don't want any lure keeper molded in. I want to use the screw lock.
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#12318303 - 06/30/17 10:17 AM Re: Where to get this mold? [Re: 96speed]
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96speed
heres what I use to make for a buddy

I just modified my brush jig( no putty needed and still can be used for reg. jig)

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#12382995 - 08/11/17 11:51 PM Re: Where to get this mold? [Re: steven gillock]
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Originally Posted By: steven gillock
96speed
heres what I use to make for a buddy

I just modified my brush jig( no putty needed and still can be used for reg. jig)



Can you tell me how you modified your brush head mold to make these? I'd like to be able to modify my mold to do the same for myself..

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#12393248 - 08/19/17 11:17 PM Re: Where to get this mold? [Re: 96speed]
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I have that same mold, I also would like to know how you did that
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#12396128 - 08/22/17 09:53 AM Re: Where to get this mold? [Re: 96speed]
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the only modifying I did was using a dremel to open up space for the coil to go (only open up the space for the coil part)

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#12396131 - 08/22/17 09:55 AM Re: Where to get this mold? [Re: 96speed]
steven gillock Offline
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ps---look at pick 1 & 2 at space dremeled

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#12396132 - 08/22/17 09:55 AM Re: Where to get this mold? [Re: 96speed]
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#12396134 - 08/22/17 09:56 AM Re: Where to get this mold? [Re: 96speed]
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they take a sweet wide gap also. also if you put it in a vice and use a hammer you can smash the top of the head down flat and that sucker will REALLY stand up good and not roll over (not in the last picture).
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#12405560 - 08/29/17 05:13 AM Re: Where to get this mold? [Re: steven gillock]
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Originally Posted By: steven gillock
ps---look at pick 1 & 2 at space dremeled


First thank you for the pictures! I really want to do this with my brush head mold! 2nd if you dont mind me asking what size keepers or cork screws are you using?

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#12406733 - 08/30/17 02:52 AM Re: Where to get this mold? [Re: 96speed]
Townsend Offline
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Get my Do-It Molds from LurePartsOnline! Just opened my new supplies today, got about 6 decals for free, stoked! Also, CNC Molds out of Arizona makes some good molds, I'm looking to them for a Flat Fall Jig (Deepsea). As for now, just making Sexy Shad Feeder Minnows. Buy everything through LureParts, led ingots too.

Best of luck!
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#12613709 - 02/06/18 12:58 PM Re: Where to get this mold? [Re: 96speed]
Craig K Offline
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Does anyone know a way to put the owner twistlock centering pin. I see how the screw locks from Do-it will form to the jig head. Do you add a piece of wire to the owner ones. Just shooting some ideas around. What would y'all recommend I try?
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