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Here’s a source for the pigtail flipper. I’ve given these as gifts before as they are truly unique.
As for a New York strip I’d be leery of going 45 days simply because a NY strip sub-primal is thin as compared to the bulk of a rib eye for instance. The longest I’ve gone with a NY has been 35 days and according to my records the additional weight loss between 28 days and 35 was pretty narrow and I do believe the 28 day was a tad better.
As for a tri-tip I personally have never aged one, but if I did I probably would max out at 14 days since the tri-tip on edge will be thin and dry out thus increasing trimming loss. If you try one please be sure to report on your experience!