Patented, two-composite, ergonomically designed handle provides a comfortable and secure grip. The capped metal end allow the user to strike the pry bar handle without damage. The capped metal end is direct contact with the shaft, so it is metal on metal for striking.
- Capped end allows user to strike without damage to handle
- 3/4 in. Steel hardened and tempered for maximum Durability
- Great for all heavy duty applications
- Patented handle system allows the shaft of the pry bar to completely come up the entire length of the handle for maximum prying power
Gino Windler (verified owner) –
Excellent tool..one of the best pry bars. It’s just as good as any of my Snap-On pry bars… very heavy duty and made in the USA…
Gracie Abshire (verified owner) –
This pry bar is got to be the best. The grip is comfortable. The bar it self is very strong. The grip end is metal to allow for hitting it with a hammer if needed. I just love this pry bar. I used it when working on some farm equipment getting ready for fall field work. I have had it just shy of a month and sure I will find many uses in the near future. This pry bar is among the best and would have nothing else.
Aglae Bechtelar (verified owner) –
A buddy of mine had one, and I was always using it, so now I have my own. Very happy with it.
Estevan Funk (verified owner) –
This made-in-the-USA Mayhew Dominator bar is incredibly stout. I got no noticeable flex from the 3/4″ hardened and tempered steel shaft in any of the jobs that I’ve put it to. There is no comparison between this quality US-made bar and the offshore-made bars that are available in the auto parts stores. I got this bar 58″ bar for both working on my large trucks, and also job site use. This is a rather hefty bar that is indeed 5′ long. Mayhew offers these Dominator bars in many lengths, and depending on your needs, one in the 3-4 foot range may be more appropriate. Whatever length you choose, you can’t go wrong.
Lane Conn (verified owner) –
The 58 in. 58-C OAL Dominator pry bar is a serious pry bar. It has a cushion handle is large enough to handle with both hands. The handle also has a steel striking cap so you do not damage the handle when striking with a hammer. The 3/4 inch tempered steel shaft runs all the way thru the handle for more prying power and on the other end it has a 45 degree angle for leverage.
Carmine Rohan (verified owner) –
Built for heavy duty leverage, this 58 inch long pry bar is heavy, solid and well made. The shaft runs from the top of the handle, where there is a shaped steel striking plate designed to be hammered, all the way to the shaped and 45 degree tilted leverage point that has its own protective sleeve. The ¾ inch square steel bar used for the shaft is hardened and tempered for safety and maximum leverage. The 10 inch long handle is made from soft feel plastics and easily accommodates double handed usage.
Mckenzie Steuber (verified owner) –
Made in the USA, this pry bar may not get everyday use, but when some extra leverage is needed the 58 inch length and ¾ inch square shank should stand up to trying to move anything capable of being moved. The hand grip appears to be a molding of two different compounds. The area which one grips has a softer, rubber-like feel making it comfortable while exerting force on it . A metal end-cap is provided to reduce damage to the grip when stood on end. The end cap is not connected to the shank of the tool. Lacking any massive boulders or large pieces of machinery to immediately test it, I inserted the tip of the tool about 4-5 inches into a hitch receiver on an SUV and pulled up until the vehicle starting lifting on its suspension. Following this, I stood on the handle (180 lbs). In both cases, the shank deflected slightly, but without permanent deformation, springing back to its original condition when the forces were removed. That slight “springiness” will also be beneficial when trying to budge an object to overcome “stiction”. In summary, a quality built pry bar, strong but not overly heavy with a comfortable grip for ease of use.