I have an extra maul head in good condition, but no handle. I want to get a wooden handle and do a good job firmly seating it. I looked at replacement handles today and they all seem to come with a long wooden wedge and a short metal wedge. No epoxy, no instructions. Do I want epoxy? Do I use both the wooden and the metal wedge? How much of the wooden wedge should I expect to hammer down into the groove? Currently I can't find the right sized handle, but am checking elsewhere tonight. The oval hole in my maul head is bigger than all the other handles I saw at one place (and they had a lot). It would have been way too lose if I had cut the handle down to get it to fit. Also, one side of the hole in the maul is bigger (flared) than the other side. Not a lot, but enough. I'm thinking I want the flared side on top where the wedge goes in?