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Discussion in 'VA/DC/MD- Capital Land Cruiser Club' started by Devilmans Hand, Aug 25, 2012.
You've never priced Wilton, Kurt, or Record They go over a grand!
LOL I say the same thing when I see a FJ40 for sale for more than $3500 dollars. They were $6000 new.
Made in America, by a middle class American Citizen, probably a tool and die maker (high end trade) with 120 pounds of ductile iron and made to last several lifetimes vs a few years. You get what you pay for.
This is also a MONSTER vice. Usually bench vices are 4 inch or 6 - this an 8! HUGE.
It's also called the "tradesman" for a reason not the "shade tree military pension stumpalama special" LOL
Wilton 10026 500S 5-Inch Jaw Width by 8-Inch Opening Machinist Swivel Base Vise | eBay
Would be about $850 shipped with tax. It's like new, they don't depreciate much. We used to pay $1200 for these when I worked as bike mechanic, there was no amazon back then. Seems like anything made in America keeps going up in value and made in China keeps getting cheaper with child and slave labor and zero quality.
Counseling is available for those suffering with a serious vice.
Sorry, couldn't resist.
LOL I am the worse speller! I'll not edit my post to save the humor!
I've also got these tool rolls. I put them together with older but serviceable tools thinking they would likely get left behind. Basic stuff for tinkering and small enough to throw under the seat. $160 for the Duluth and $80 each for each of the other two.
The Duluth has a nice set of made in USA wrenches and ⅜'s Made in USA sockets sockets
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Hey, I can't spell either, but I do speak well English. I didn't catch the spelling. I just couldn't pass up an opportunity to make a stupid pun.
Vise = tool for holding work
Vice = immoral or bad habit (in the US only)
Outside the US it's just vice for both
BA In English - 'Would you like fries with the shake?"
Now to discuss the I once saw in the paper for a Worn 8,000 pound wench. LOL
Parting Out - (VA) 78 FJ-40 Parts
Lots of nice looking goodies
Nice, I'm going to see what he wants for the whole lot.
Anyone interested in a SOA kit including a cut and turned axle?
That might have Lex's name on it.
BTW, the cut and turn was done by the original Profits.
I have one. In Hagerstown MD.
Milwaukee Super Magnum Grinder and tons of accessories
Variable speed is awesome for rust removal, weld prep and for use with wire wheels. Also ideal for sharpening. With variable speed you have a lot more control and don't get "grinder marks"
This is by far my favorite grinder, has variable speed so it's awesome for using with a wire wheel. Made in USA and no longer in production. Have a ton of spare parts for it from the same grinder I owned before this one that was damaged - I have all the parts except for armature and field (previous one was used by a helper and burned up). This one is mint. Also have a ton of wire wheels, flap discs, grinding disc, sanding wheels, etc. $300 for all. The grinder alone sells for $165 on eBay. I know what sounds like a lot but consumables add up fast. I also have a Milwaukee M18 Fuel grinder for sale - brand new will take $120 for it.
I've got spare gear head, switch, speed control module, side handle, motor cover, cord, etc.
like my welding instructor said at welding school = if you don't have it in you to be a good weldor, then you better learn to be a good grinder. This grinder will make anyone a good grinder! It's awesome.
Got a older SOR FJ40 car cover, has holes and leaves dust. FREE. But I am only going to hang on to it until next Tuesday. Pick up only, Herndon
I need 3 of the L - brackets that attach the side steps to my 450. I took the steps off to go to Rausch Creek and think I accidentally gave some of the brackets to the scrap metal guy.
What are looking to get for all of it?