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Old 01-13-2009, 07:24 PM
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Where to buy metal working tools

I can't find the link to a website that sold decent quality metal working tools for a fair price. Items like english wheels planishing hammers, slip rolls, etc.
Anyone have any recommendations?

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I got my big post dolly from these guys...those are hard to find..

http://www.metalcrafttools.com/

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Are you the type that wants quality tools ... or .. Cheap Tools?

There are two way different site, depending on what you want. Good tools cost good money...and cheap tools are cheap. Both will make cheap looking items, but only one will make the grade.
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ebay... used, new, quality or cheap, everything is there
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Just google English Wheels
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try www.eastwood.com
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Try these people. I have bought a couple of things from them and they have been good to deal with.

http://www.fournierenterprises.com/
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I can't find the link to a website that sold decent quality metal working tools for a fair price. Items like english wheels planishing hammers, slip rolls, etc.
Anyone have any recommendations?

Thanks!
Check out Grizzly. They carry most of those that you list The second WWW shows the rolls, English wheel, etc. http://www.grizzly.com/

http://www.grizzly.com/products/cate...spx?key=520010
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Not sure about all the ones you listed, but i have been using Trick tools for a long time and simply love there service.
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I wouldn't only because I'm always using my metal working tools. I tend to fabricate everything I can not just car stuff, but you could always try harbor freight I know there stuff is cheap but if you only use it on rarer than normal occasions they might be the best bet for you. I am with yknot though I got most of my stuff from trick tools.
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Make your own!!

Many of the shop tools can be made by yourself.
Check out this web page for plans and Ideas.

Have fun
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