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re: Molegrip vs Craftsman Auto Loc
Actually, I think the ones I am referring to are different. They
look just like RoboGrips, which seem nice. BUt I believe they have a new
one that is locking as well. Seen some ads for it where they show it
hanging from a table, locked on. Seems a self-adjusting locking plier
would be really nice. Anyhow, if I'm wrong, then sorry.
L8R and thanks for the reply anyhow. The ROBO's seem nice to
Todd Phenneger aka: Zarati
1984 4000s quattro / New Red Paint
2.5" Borla SS Exhaust / Boge Turbo Gas Shocks
15" Wheels & 205/50 ZR15 Bridgestone RE-71s
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On Wed, 10 Dec 1997, Roger Albert wrote:
> Todd wrote:
> > anyone used those new Craftsman self-adjusting locking pliers. Can't think
> > of their name, see ads for them all the time though. Look pretty handy to me.
> I think they're RoboGrip or something very close to that. I've got one set
> and how useful they are depends on what you're doing, naturally enough. I'd
> comment that they seem to be a slick substiture for slip-joint (channel-lock)
> type pliers, in which the correct channel-width is automatically slipped down
> to, rather than a substitute for locking (vise-grip) type pliers. IMHO etc ..
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