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Harper® Brooms Assembly

How to Assemble a Harper® Broom

Harper Brooms are designed to be very durable and powerful and can be used for a wide range of jobs. Whether you're cleaning up sawdust or moving wet debris, the unique design of these brooms will give you the versatility and strength you need. These brooms are unique in the fact that they are constructed with a steel handle brace and a metal bolt-on handle tip that reduces breakage and increases leverage.

Harper Brooms are super strong and built to last, but some assembly is required. Look below to learn how to assemble your Harper Broom.

Harper® Brooms

The tools and parts needed to assemble the Harper broom are:
Broom Handle, Broom Head, Crescent Wrench, Box-end Wrenches, Socket Wrench, Attachment Bolts & Screws and Support Braces.

Step-by-step Instructions
Step 1

1. Using the 1½ inch bolt, begin your assembly by attaching the broom handle to the broom head using one of the two holes on the top of the broom head. Finger tighten. (The other hole is so you can reverse the broom head at a later date and get more wear out of the broom.)

Step 2

2. Align the two curved ends of the braces around the broom handle and install the bolts and self-locking nuts (again, tighten as much as possible with fingers).

Fully tighten the ½ inch bolt into the broom head using the ½ inch wrench or socket.

Tighten the steel brace wood screws on the broom head until almost completely tight.

Fully tighten the bolts and self-locking nuts around the broom handle, alternating from one side to the other (you may have to wiggle the braces slightly to keep the holes aligned).

Step 3

3. Attach the two steel braces to the broom head using the 7/16th inch wood screws. Tighten half way using the 7/16th inch wrench or socket (do not fully tighten at this point).

Step 4

4. Completely tighten the steel brace with wood screws.
Your Harper broom is now ready to use!