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    Contributing Member MXtras's Avatar
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    Arrow You can never have enough vises

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    Re: You can never have enough vises

    Ok - let's see your vise(s). Post 'em up!

    Scott
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    Re: You can never have enough vises

    What's that sucker weigh? 200 lbs? Looks extra beefy...

    I'll post up my 'humble' vise tomorrow...

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    Re: You can never have enough vises

    Three for the price of one...
    I prefer the leg vises for most work. they tend to be much more stable when bending stock. I have a Wilton on the long bench and several milling vises for the Bridgeport and Logan shaper if they count.
    Last edited by Wyoming; 08-11-2006 at 05:02 AM.

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    Re: You can never have enough vises

    ...and just because its cute.

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    Re: You can never have enough vises

    FOUL

    Non color coordinated hand cart!
    10 yard penalty. MXtras.
    Jeff

    Scrap metal made....while you wait!

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    Re: You can never have enough vises

    (1) parker 6" stationary
    (1) Wilton 6" rotating
    (2) Grizzley 5" dual rotating (on my snowmobile shock rebuilding station)
    (1) cheap POS (Was on a bench I bought in an auction)
    (1) Harbor Freight rotating 5" on a movable stand (truck drum)
    Jeff

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    Contributing Member MXtras's Avatar
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    Re: You can never have enough vises

    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2xs
    FOUL

    Non color coordinated hand cart!
    10 yard penalty. MXtras.
    Penalty reversed - it was a loaner. Mine is aluminum. So there!



    I see Wyoming still hasn't waxed his fire extinguisher - what's the hold up?

    Scott
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    Re: You can never have enough vises

    Quote Originally Posted by MXtras
    Penalty reversed - it was a loaner. Mine is aluminum. So there!



    I see Wyoming still hasn't waxed his fire extinguisher - what's the hold up?

    Scott
    Scotty,
    Its patina! My doG man, you wouldn't want all those years of work to come to naught would you??? Its a whole different world out here on the far edge of civilization....a wax job look silly in about two days time. The Feds that used to regulate air quality out here in the coal fields have either been bought off or the laws have been gutted.

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    Re: You can never have enough vises

    Looks like mine w/o the base what is the model number on yours? BTW that's a 20-oz bottle
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