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post #1 of 12 Old 05-24-2015, 03:55 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for locking clamps

Looking for best price. Don't care about brand or country..
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Thx for the reply but that's not them. Looking for a locking clamp with these ends..
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Thx. I may just have to break down and pay the price.
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Thx for the reply but that's not them. Looking for a locking clamp with these ends..
Whoops, my bad. Didnt know the ends were what you wanted

I need cheaper hobby
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Whoops, my bad. Didnt know the ends were what you wanted


It was not "my bad" that insufficient information was provided.

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It was not "my bad" that insufficient information was provided.

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There was no insufficient information. Just a mistake. There is a picture and I do appreciate epics efforts
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Rebel,got my curiosity up.......?Do they have to have magnets?

Before I'd pay "too" much....and obviously dependent on the application,would make them.Cut off some cheapys,weld sleeves on the ends and you can use a set screw to hold on whatever "ends" you need.

If it's for pipe(magnetic).....there are other alternatives,heck a cpl pcs of angle for instance.Good luck,BW

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price?

It's just hard to find anything like those, regardless of price:
http://www.stronghandtools.com/stron...pipepliers.php


The answer to your question will only be as detailed and specific as the question is detailed and specific. Good questions also include a sketch or a photo that illustrates your issue. (:< D)
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They will be used for chair making. Seems the more I serch around for odd clamps the more I can find a use for them. Thx
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I would start with the Crescent brand to find out what they call that particular clamp design. Once you have the name, you can Google to see what other brands might show up.
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