Model # 2036700

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Store SKU #682913

True Temper 36 in. Axe Replacement Handle

True Temper

36 in. Axe Replacement Handle

  • Hickory is shock absorbent, durable and comfortable to use
  • Fits 3 to 5 lb. single bit axes
  • Wedge kit included for assembly
$1397 /each
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Product Overview

American 36 in. hickory handle fits use for a 3 to 5 lb. single bit axe head. Hickory handle is shock absorbent, ergonomically comfortable for hands and durable. Secure single bit axe head to handle and this tool will be able to prune, trim branches and chop and split wood.

  • Replacement axe handle
  • Hickory replacement handle fits single-bit axe heads 3-5 lbs.
  • Total length is 36 in.
  • Handle comes with single-use wood wedge kit for securing sledge hammer head to handle




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Customer Questions & Answers

Will this fit my 4.5 lb husky mual that originally came with a fiberglass handle?

Asked by: Julian
It depends on the size and shape of the eye on your maul (the eye being the hole the handle goes in). If it is teardrop shaped, similar to how the end of this replacement handle is shaped, then it might. It cannot be guaranteed.
Answered by: AmesTrueTemper
Date published: 2017-06-19

Why does the top of the handle (where the wedge goes) have a circular hole drilled into it? Havin...

Why does the top of the handle (where the wedge goes) have a circular hole drilled into it? Having this hole in the middle of the wedge space will no allow the wedge to be flush inside the handle and the eye of the axe head. Please explain. Thanks!
Asked by: Axe
The wedge may not sit flush in all applications. After firmly securing the head to the handle, wedge may be trimmed flush if desired.
Answered by: AmesTrueTemper
Date published: 2017-07-09
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Customer Reviews

36 in. Axe Replacement Handle is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I purchased 2 of the handles to make ax Diddley... I purchased 2 of the handles to make ax Diddley Bows out of them :-) Did it work out as i planned? Go to to check them out!
Date published: 2017-06-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not bad Use the wooden wedge that comes with the handle. If you want to add metal one diagonally or a round one afterwards, that's preference. The wooden wedge will swell after you install it and soak it in linseed oil, which should always be done with a new wooden handle. Hickory is dry, so it needs to be oiled every so often.
Date published: 2016-06-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Lasted two hours then split in two places My 10+ year old axe handle finally broke enough that I had to replace it, so I picked this up at a local store. It has a varnish coating on it which I thought might have helped it keep from splitting a little. Installation was fairly easy since this isn't my first rodeo. I lined up my axe head to the head of this and cut off the excess with a miter box. Then I carefully trimmed away excess material so the head was not splitting the wood when tapping the head into place, and the axe head was nice and flush with the wood. Installed an aluminum wedge (instead of the included wood one) to keep the head from flying off and away we went. Much to our disappointment, two hours later and a decent swing into a log by my 14 year old son, and the wood near the head split and the handle split about half the length of the handle. Needless to say, I'm not going to trust another one of these. They were overpriced to begin with and I'm not throwing good money after bad.
Date published: 2012-11-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not the best handle, not bad either. I got this handle for the old axe head in my garage. I went to the local store and looked at about 15 of these they had. None of them had a good grain running parallel with the head, but I got one that is about 15 degrees off center, not bad. They are varnished so I had to sand that off. It hasn't broke yet and I have used it all summer and now fall.
Date published: 2013-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Plastic vs Wood I have used the plastic handles before, but simply prefer the wood. Due to my poor aim, I broke the exterior of my plastic handle; the wood handle is more my style and now having my grandson doing some of the work.
Date published: 2014-01-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's an axe handle What more can I say, it's an axe handle, works like one, looks like one and let's hope it last!
Date published: 2013-07-09
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