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4"-14" Monster Pipe Vise - What is missing?


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Old 05-04-2019, 07:58:56 PM
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Default Re: 4"-14" Monster Pipe Vise - What is missing?

Is BL120 chain the size you need?
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Default Re: 4"-14" Monster Pipe Vise - What is missing?

I won't really know until I stick it in vise and see if the toggle locks on it properly. The BL100 was too small, and somewhat narrower than I'd prefer, whereas the BL120 is wider too.

There was also a section of 200 roller chain, triple width, not sure what I could do with it, but I'm eyeing it
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