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Swingline 54033 Size 13 (Large) Amber Rubber Finger Tip

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Product Overview
  • Size 13 (Large) features 3/4″ inside diameter
  • Ideal for clerical work, bookkeeping, and accounting
  • Extra-thick rubber provides durability
  • Textured surface offers excellent grip

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0.08 lb.

Interior Diameter
3/4 Inches



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This Swingline 54033 size 13 (Large) amber rubber finger tip is ideal for clerical work, bookkeeping, accounting, and other tasks that involve piles of paperwork! With its durable rubber design and textured surface, you can easily grip pages for fast flipping while avoiding painful papercuts. Made of high-quality, extra thick rubber, this tip is a must-have for offices. It has an open end inside diameter of 3/4″.

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  • Tough, high-quality tips last a long time.
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  • High grade rubber for added durability.

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Product Specifications

  • Additional Information

    Package Quantity:
    US: 12 / Dozen
    Canada: 12 / Box

  • Assembly Required


  • Brand Name


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  • Color(s)


  • Country of Origin


  • Features

    Tear Resistant
    Wear Resistant

  • Finger Tip Diameter

    0. 56″

  • Global Product Type

    Fingertip Pads-Enclosed Fingertip Pads

  • Manufacturer

    ACCO Brands Corporation

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  • Marketing Information

    Fingertip feature deluxe-grade rubber construction to assure solid grip and long wear. Each tip has extra thick material for longer wear.

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  • Open End Inside Diameter

    0. 56″

  • Packaged Quantity

    12 / Dozen

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  • Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent


  • Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent


  • Product Color


  • Product Line

    Rubber Fingertips59379

  • Product Material


  • Product Name

    Parr Rubber Finger Tip

  • Product Type

    Finger Tip

  • Recycled


  • Refurbished


  • Shipping Weight (Approximate)

    2. 72 oz

  • Size Group

    11 (Small)

  • Total Recycled Content Percent



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How to put neoprene or rubber grips on the horizontal bar

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  1. How to put rubber grips on the horizontal bar
  2. How to put neoprene grips on the bar

Many owners of recently purchased horizontal bars face the same problem – they can’t pull the handles (they are also called grips) onto the crossbar. But without this miniature element, it will not be possible to fully engage in the projectile. The palms will scroll, slide, quickly become covered with calluses. What to do? How to cope with a seemingly impossible task and finally properly “dress” the horizontal bar. We know several ways! Choose which one you like best.

How to put on the horizontal bar rubber handles

There is usually no difficulty here. Rubber handles are easy to pull on the crossbar. If there is such a need, the elastic material can be slightly pulled with your fingers in different directions. As a rule, to put one rubber handle on a horizontal bar, a person with experience in this matter spends less than a minute. It is convenient that the projectile immediately becomes ready for use. You can start training.





How to put neoprene grips on the horizontal bar

But with neoprene grips, you will have to tinker a little longer. It is better not to try to force the handles on the horizontal bar – the porous, soft material will not slide along the metal pipe. There is a risk of tearing it and, thereby, ruining the grips. Use one of the proven methods.

Method #1. Dip the grips in warm water and rub the bar with soap, shampoo or dishwashing detergent (a couple of drops will suffice). With twisting movements, put the handle on the horizontal bar. Grips should move as if in a spiral. Fix their position on the section of the horizontal bar you need. Wait for the grips to dry well. Only after that it will be possible to start training.

Method #2. In a small container (an ordinary glass or ladle will do) prepare a warm soapy solution. You can use the tools already mentioned. Dip the grips in soapy water and hold there for a few seconds. After that, quickly treat the handles of the horizontal bar with soapy water and “wind” the grips onto the metal pipe according to the familiar pattern. It remains to wait for the moment when the handles become dry.

Method #3. Lubricate the inside of the grips with ordinary vegetable oil. To do this, use an auxiliary tool, such as a pencil. While dipping a pencil in oil, draw up the required amount of this “lubricating fluid” and apply it to the inside of the pens. And again, with spiral movements, we put the grips on the horizontal bar.

All these methods can also be used, if necessary, to put neoprene handles on other equipment (for example, uneven bars), exercise equipment, sports complexes, etc.


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Change steering tips (fingers) correctly!

Just think! inveterate volgovody snorted – he decided to surprise us with the replacement of steering tips, but we changed them 100,500 times!

Just think! snorted the young owners of the Volga. You buy tips and drive them to the service, you will surprise how it is)))

Then watch and read, it will be interesting!

To the surprise of the owners of foreign cars – when the steering tips in the Volga are worn out, it is not necessary to change the traction, it is enough to change either the pin itself or the tip assembly (finger with the hinge body). For all this economy is pressed into the rods and easily changes in assembly (new-made non-separable tips do not count) and when worn, it is enough to add lubricant and tighten the screw plug

200.000 km. And how – read!

I pressed out the old tips (although some of them were suitable)

I took new steering rod joints


I’m taking it apart. 2 support washers were missing from the factory,

I take out the cotter pins and unscrew the screw plug, take out the finger, spring and support heel

there is no lubrication on two fingers at all. in general, in general. On the rest, something resembling lithol in an amount that you can’t smear a match properly.

Plus one spring broken.

Think it’s easy to assemble and lubricate? And don’t think, the quality of the processing of the fingers is such that scuffs from the cutter are visible, and you can’t turn the factory hinge by hand, which is why the steering wheel is heavy and the resource is low

Therefore, all the fingers are in a drill and I grind with sandpaper 180-240-320-400-600- 800

Already better

Further plugs. If you have corks of a new type from stamping – throw them away, put whole, classic

For stamped ones do not have any tightness

Next is the hinge body. It has a sharp top, and you can cut yourself with others. The case is hardened, so I grind with a small grinder and finish with a needle file

Now, now you can assemble

Just don’t forget that you can’t shove any lithol here! (the old-timers will be surprised). Do not believe me – open any classic repair book, for example 72 years and read in black and white
“VNII NP-242 grease with mobile desulphite additive or TsIATIM-201”

of the year). Accordingly, the assembled and lubricated hinge should not go 20-40 thousand, but at least 100.000-150.000 km, maybe up to 200.000. and more!

I use a modern lubricant – green castrol, I think it is not much worse.

And now tighten the screw plug until it stops. And then – for the extreme hinges, unscrew by 0.5-1 turn. and for medium ones – unscrew by 1-1.5 turns. This is exactly what should be done according to the native book GAZ-24 from 1972 years old.

After we press the hinges into rods and tips (I use a vice and a spacer pipe) and put on the caps. Again – factory with cracks or other damage – in the trash

The direction of pressing on the rods – along the rods, on the middle rod and the pendulum – it’s easier to look at how it was before)

Without a whole boot, there will not be a long service life. In general, the anthers now suck completely, so control their condition. And your steering fingers will walk for 200,000 km, and the owners of foreign cars will open their mouths in surprise))))
This is the Volga, men, this is the Volga, in those days they knew how to do things with a great resource!

And I.. and I assembled the entire steering linkage. Now the fingers move from pressing the little finger (!!!)

but there is one more stroke

in epoxy primer

and painting with black varnish

And summing up : if you do it at the service – at least the tips will fail and put them in order, no one will lubricate them for you at any service station, and they will put them without lubrication.