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Old 07-10-2016, 10:01 AM
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Does this part go to my planishing hammer?

The guy I bought a couple of these planishing hammers from years ago just emailed me asking me if this part in the other photo goes to them. I can't imagine how, any ideas? He will send it to me if it does but I just don't see it.

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the single thing looks like a right angle attachment for something. i don't see where it would fit the multi pics items u have
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Old 07-10-2016, 10:15 AM
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Thanks, yeah I don't get it at all. I wish he would have found a floor stand for them. LOL

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those are designed to be used ON the car.. that is why there is various shapes... so you can get inside fenders.. or quarter panels. sort of an early paintless dent removal system. probably very useful for taking the rock dents out of big fenders..

are you thinking of selling them.. i would be idrivejunk might love to buy them for use in his projects where he works. his projects keep ending up at the sema show.

i saw a similar set about a year ago on craigslist los angeles.. or somewhere here in so cal.

hmm.. just one of those is like $2,500 bucks..

Power Hammers & Planishing Hammers for Metal Shaping

this place sells floor stands for the planishing hammers..

as for the right angle attachment.. is it geared... don't forget that grinders used to be like the jewerly dremel tools with a big motor and a cable drive.. guy hangs on to the end as the shaft and actual grinding wheel spins.. that might be a right angle attachment for that.. if the core rotates thru the 90 degrees.

edit... will the right angle adapter fasten to the planishing hammer frames.. if so. then it will turn the power hammer 90 degrees so you can pound in blind spots and use a conventional block on the outside..

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I think I will have him send it to me, I want to see it first hand. Thanks for the thoughts.

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there are pictures in this planishing hammers article from SR

Planishing Hammers - Street Rodder Magazine

including a what looks to be a very easy stand that you might be able to toss together in a few hours.

http://image.hotrod.com/f/36003659+w...-hammer%2b.jpg

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