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Offline Joe Leo

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jig mold
« on: 12/30/18 17:21 UTC »
Looking for a 5/16 oz football jig head mold.

Online Lines

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Re: jig mold
« Reply #1 on: 12/30/18 17:31 UTC »
Welcome to custombaits.com Joe Leo.
This link from ebay starts out with a 5/16 cavity and increases from there. Would be nice to find molds with 4 or 5 cavities all the same size you want. Wonder why more molds aren't sold like that?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Freshwater-Football-3-Standup-Keeper-mold-5-16-3-8-7-16-1-2oz-CNC-Aluminum/113418367241?hash=item1a6842f109:g:DvwAAOSwdU1W~Nd8:rk:10:pf:0
« Last Edit: 12/30/18 18:00 UTC by Lines »

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Re: jig mold
« Reply #2 on: 12/30/18 17:52 UTC »

  Welcome to the forum Joe Leo.

Offline crappie29

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Re: jig mold
« Reply #3 on: 01/07/19 12:49 UTC »
the worst part is if you email them and ask, their generic response is we dont make this mold for production jig making, and then i proceeded to ask them why the stamped mold costs the same as a blank mold... you will love their answer

Offline Do-It Corp.

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Re: jig mold
« Reply #4 on: 01/07/19 13:58 UTC »
the worst part is if you email them and ask, their generic response is we dont make this mold for production jig making, and then i proceeded to ask them why the stamped mold costs the same as a blank mold... you will love their answer

It costs the same price to cast a blank mold that it does any other mold we produce.  It does not matter if the pattern makes 10 indentations for 10 cavities or zero.  They are not created one at a time.