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Old 10-31-2007, 07:42 AM
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Sorry to bring back an old topic, but

Who sells martin hammers? Only place I could find is Eastwood. Are all Eastwood body hammers made by martin? I ask because I noticed SOME seem like they have made by martin in the description, and some don't. (from a search)
http://www.eastwoodco.com/jump.jsp?i...emType=CONTENT

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Sorry to bring back an old topic, but

Who sells martin hammers? Only place I could find is Eastwood. Are all Eastwood body hammers made by martin? I ask because I noticed SOME seem like they have made by martin in the description, and some don't. (from a search)
http://www.eastwoodco.com/jump.jsp?i...emType=CONTENT

I bought my Martin HammerS from Auto Body Toolmart-maybe somebody else has a better source, but you can also try here:

http://www.autobodytoolmart.com/imag...dium/13668.gif
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I bought my Martin HammerS from Auto Body Toolmart-maybe somebody else has a better source, but you can also try here:

http://www.autobodytoolmart.com/imag...dium/13668.gif
Thanks for the link, I don't know why I don't have them in my bookmarks. I think
I'ma go with them, their 7 piece kit looks good to me, few hammers, few dollies.
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Martin hammers are sold in the auto paint stores around here as well as the internet. I have one, a like new 158G, that I have seldom used and will probably sell along with a Martin 1060 dolly. Instead, I bought a real nice Fairmount Cleveland at a swap meet for $2 that needed a handle (had one). It is well balanced and I believe the predecessor to Martins. I do love my Snap-on tools but am at the point in my life that as a hobbiest even Craftsman/Kobalt/Huskee will work most of the time for me - but NOT Hava Fright junk.

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