Hi guys, Yep, it happened to me too, I broke the fiberglass handle on my maul. In the middle of splitting a huge pile of poplar and pine. Not the best wood, but good enough for the shoulder seasons. Anyway, I did not know what to do, so I called Eric. He advised me to get a hickory handle. Cheaper and lasts just as long. I am glad I did, because removing the old part of the handle from the head caused a lot of fiberglass dust and that stuff is definitely not good to breathe. So I will not have to deal with the again. Now the question: The handle I bought (made in USA) is quite a bit smaller than the hole in the maul. - How do I attach it? Eric suggested glueing it on with epoxy for a better hold. OK, good. - But the handle came with 2 wedges. One larger wooden one (almost looks like a small shim) and a small metal one. Which one do I use? - Then how deep do I attach the handle? Do I glue it on so that none of the handle sticks out of the top of the maul (and fill up all the gaps with epoxy), or do I jam it on as deep as it will go and fill up the open hole from the top with epoxy? And do I cut of the top of the handle that sticks out? Thanks for all the help. Carpniels PS. I also broke my Fiskars axe with the so called unbreakable handle. I got the 1-800 number, so I am going to give them a call. Off course, the receipt is long gone but we will see what they have to say. In the mean time, I bought myself a sledgehammer and a splitting wedge. That gives me yet another option to split.