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    Simple. Clever. Elegant.

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    He seemed a lot less frustrated than I am when performing that task! I didn't see a single projectile in the whole video!

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    Those things are worth their weight in gold. I had one like that, but I also had one that I made from a pair of hacked Vise Grip pliers. The Vise Grip version was very fast to use.

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    Your Vise Grip version, were they the needle nose type? Thanks!

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    I had a large version for the tracks on an old Tucker Sno-Cat...

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    Snap-On sold a set of Chain Master Link pliers in the 2000's. They had 2 size adjustments and are great for baler and planter repair. As with a lot of innovative ideas Snap-On sold, they bought the rights and a set amount of units and let the company go under.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbullfrog View Post
    Snap-On sold a set of Chain Master Link pliers in the 2000's. They had 2 size adjustments and are great for baler and planter repair. As with a lot of innovative ideas Snap-On sold, they bought the rights and a set amount of units and let the company go under.
    So, you’re saying Snap-On and a greedy company who use “legal” tricks to put small businesses under?



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