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Hall co. Toledo info?


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Old 10-25-2010, 02:02:56 PM
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Question Hall co. Toledo info?

A machinist friend has several hall co. Valve machines and hones. He is trying to find a source for replacment parts. Does anyone know who if anyone may have taken over the parts inventory? Thanks.
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Default Re: Hall co. Toledo info??

Oh Boy: Ten years ago they were still in business but they were not in Toledo any more. However they were still in Ohio. They made a very good valve grinder. I will check in a couple of days.
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Default Re: Hall co. Toledo info?

hello,

they are still in business and still made here in toledo,ohio u.s.a. my dad is an industrial electrician and just built 2 control panels for them. they are the cadillac coupe deville of the valve job world. www.hall-toledo.com
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