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  • Dutchman
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    Yeah, I missed that one, it's one of the early Brooklyn ball-hooks. I can't say that I have encountered many of those recently. The last ball hook I have left is a late 70's one with the steel ball that has a flat spot milled in it

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  • ventanakaz
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    Originally posted by Dutchman View Post
    That's been through the wars, the top of of the ball has worn away
    Almost a two year old thread but the top of the ball wasn't worn away, I've seen a few of those, and I'm pretty sure those were the first ball-hook swivels that everlast came out with, They weren't the one inch steel balls that you seen in the 60's to present day, These were the same type of what I would call, hollow balls or cup balls as with the Nicols swivels of old, Quality of days gone past, Made of quality steel, maybe 4140 steel or 4340 steel, I had my chance to get one some years ago, but missed out, Finding a good quality two piece steel ball-hook has been bothering me.
    Last edited by ventanakaz; 06-23-2022, 04:26 AM.

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  • Dutchman
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    That's been through the wars, the top of of the ball has worn away

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    Vintage Everlast ball hook swivel on eBay

    Anyone here ever hit one of these early Everlast swivels?

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