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Pliers5 of 25Dodia St. chromed pliersAntique iron tool pliers? with hole on each tip
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    Posted 8 months ago

    AnythingOb…
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    At least I'm *pretty sure* that's what these are? :-) Made in USA by PRO-AMERICA, #90680. 8" long.

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    1. crewnail crewnail, 8 months ago
      I have an assortment of different brands of pliers I plan on posting sometime. This is one I don't have, it's amazing how even pliers are collectable.
    2. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 8 months ago
      THANKS to dav2no1, RichmondLori, vetraio50, mikelv85, & crewnail for your <love it>s! Crewnail, you're oh so correct, there's *so* many different kinds of pliers out there, I have dozens of pairs of my own. <sigh>
      I can't keep this one in my usual toolbag however, they look just like regular slip-joints and I'd invariably grab them first, instead...OTOH, the smooth curved part of their jaws is *so* handy every so often, for twisting on something else round and smooth that needs to stay that way...?!! :-) :-) :-)

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