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Homemade Pedal-Operated Shrinker and Stretcher


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southerniron on chopcult.com
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Homemade pedal-operated shrinker and stretcher stand constructed from channel steel, pipe, and rod ends.
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Feb 12, 2020 11:41 PM
john 1938
Here in Australia, a product like this would retail over $A1000. A set of Jaws alone are$A400. It would be nice for a breakdown of costs so I could do the same.
Dec 14, 2016 7:58 PM
Anonymous
I really do appreciate you putting the pictures in the web site but, even though I can guess at the dimensions and so forth, I would really appreciate it if you could put in some information to allow someone else to duplicate the homemade equipment. Thanks!
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DIY Pedal-Operated Shrinker and Stretcher - comment on how to build a Pedal-Operated Shrinker and Stretcher - 3 comments
john 1938 says:
Feb 12, 2020 11:41 PM
Here in Australia, a product like this would retail over $A1000. A set of Jaws alone are$A400. It would be nice for a breakdown of costs so I could do the same.

Anonymous says:
Dec 14, 2016 7:58 PM
I really do appreciate you putting the pictures in the web site but, even though I can guess at the dimensions and so forth, I would really appreciate it if you could put in some information to allow someone else to duplicate the homemade equipment. Thanks!

daveward says:
Oct 06, 2013 9:04 AM
Hands-free is always a winner!

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