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Old 12-15-2018, 11:17:37 PM
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Santa came fast.!! Been wanting one of these not o Ky just for my collection but I can actually still use it for future projects edgar in west tn
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Looks nice. Did you get the other roller too?
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I got one just like it. It wont roll as tight as radius as i would like though.
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Keith, unfortunately no ..but. no big deal for me I ve got some Round stock and may make different diameter rollers and thinking about making some dies to toll angle iron. ....and yes not for tight radi....most wagon tires are at least 3ft or bigger!!! Edgar in west tn....ps.still a great piece of history!!!
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