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chas
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Deep Throat.

Postby chas » 24 Sep 2017, 17:15

Trying to get one that'll take at least 6 inches but the cost is ridiculous, not that keen on purchasing a cheaper option in case things buckle under pressure.
So if any one knows of a good strong deep throat "G-CLAMP" for a reasonable cost could you please tell me.
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Re: Deep Throat.

Postby rodp » 24 Sep 2017, 17:20

Can't beat carver clamps, and I've had some good buys off car boot sales.
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Re: Deep Throat.

Postby sunndog » 24 Sep 2017, 18:14

Carvers are the dogs but i'v never seen one 6" deep?

Chas search for 'record' on ebay mate. The older ones will be far better than todays stuff

For new reasonably priced brands 'babco' arent too bad. I'v not broken one of mine yet and used them on some fairly heavy jobs, couple of them have lost the swivel foot though of course
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Re: Deep Throat.

Postby chas » 24 Sep 2017, 18:56

Cheers Rod and Adam.
Been searching for all sorts and the prices are stupid if you want the good stuff, even second hand are fetching quite a sum.
I have a load of clamps but need one or two with a bit more throat on em to hold a router jig in place, which sounds quite simple until you not only want to hold the jig on to the wood but then clamp it all to a bench and I don't have a bench that shallow.
Making a new bench is going to be much cheaper I'm now thinking, the jig concerned is only 370mm long so need a small sticky out bench just that bit wider.
I'm a metal man by trade and this wood lark is starting to pee me off a bit :lol:

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Re: Deep Throat.

Postby sunndog » 24 Sep 2017, 20:14

Wood is annoying as feck at times mate. If i cut a piece of steel too short i can just weld a bit back on :lol:

I measured once cut twice and the damn things still too short!
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Re: Deep Throat.

Postby Fox Hunter » 24 Sep 2017, 20:33

I just googled six inch deep throat....I don't think the results were very helpful :shifty: :think: :lol:

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Re: Deep Throat.

Postby sunndog » 24 Sep 2017, 20:58

Fox Hunter wrote:I just googled six inch deep throat


Yeah but you werent looking for clamps :lol:
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Re: Deep Throat.

Postby Fox Hunter » 24 Sep 2017, 21:00

sunndog wrote:
Fox Hunter wrote:I just googled six inch deep throat


Yeah but you werent looking for clamps :lol:


Erm...no...not when I saw the results anyway :wtf: :lol:

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Re: Deep Throat.

Postby chas » 24 Sep 2017, 21:34

Totally innocent mistake on my part, honestly. :angel:
I couldn't understand why when I went to check my post, some 5 seconds after hitting the submit button, it had already been viewed 6 times. :lol:
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Re: Deep Throat.

Postby Radagast » 25 Sep 2017, 00:05

Nipple clamps obviously go with a six inch deep throat. :o
I'm amazed that Rod gave a straight answer to the original question. Is that a sign of the apocalypse?

Anyone know if Record tools are still made in the UK? It appears that Irwin have bought them out and Irwin brand tools have shit quality now that they are made in China.


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