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Make Perfect Grab Irons for Your Train, Aircraft, Truck and Military Models


  • Used to form exact duplicates of grab irons and hand grabs
  • For model ships, model trains, airplanes, trucks including military and sci-fi
  • A Micro-Mark Exclusive
  • Made of laser-engraved blackened CNC-machined steel
  • Makes bends from .050 inch to 1.050 inches and 19 other sizes between


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Grab Iron Bending Gauge

Item #: 84745
$49.95

This item is backordered from our supplier. We will ship as soon as it is received. Your credit card will not be charged until shipped. Please Note: For shipments to locations outside the USA, backordered items must be placed on separate orders.

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Make Perfect Grab Irons for Your Train, Aircraft, Truck and Military Models


  • Used to form exact duplicates of grab irons and hand grabs
  • For model ships, model trains, airplanes, trucks including military and sci-fi
  • A Micro-Mark Exclusive
  • Made of laser-engraved blackened CNC-machined steel
  • Makes bends from .050 inch to 1.050 inches and 19 other sizes between


If you've ever tried to make your own grab irons by eyeballing and bending wire into shape with a plier, you already know that it's almost impossible to make any two exactly alike.

Our Grab Iron Bending Gauge has been specifically designed to quickly and easily form identical, precisely-sized grab irons from ordinary wire. Simply clamp your wire between the gauge's jaws at the selected size and bend to shape. Made of laser-engraved blackened CNC-machined steel for long life.

Bends 21 sizes from .050 inch to 1.050 inches in .050 inch increments.

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6/23/2021 10:37 am

Scratch Builders Dream!

by SameOlGee -

A must have. This is actually the bending gauge Funaro & Camerlengo uses to produce the grab irons used on their painstakingly exact rolling stock kits. I've never had a problem with sizes when using it. Makes me wonder if the person who had problems simply didn't have the right measurements? It's a little pricey, but its laser-engraved and machined steel. I've had mine since '10. It's worth the few extra dollars. Do yourself a favor and grab one. Pun intended!