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    Posted 10 months ago

    awemazed
    (8 items)

    Probaably related to some type of faming equipment. Not sure what they were used for at all. Very Heavy metal "pair" maybe?

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    1. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 10 months ago
      They look like some kind of old 'vises' to me at first glance, something that would otherwise be bolted to the underside of a workbench to allow other things to be clamped to the edge of said workbench. They're pretty cool, no matter what they are?! :-)
    2. lptools, 10 months ago
      I agree, they look like the slide/moveable jaw for a Quick Release Woodworking Vise!!

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