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03-29-2019 09:28 PM
John long I have a 3' straight brake in Chattanooga. I am wanting to up grade to a 48" pan brake. I know you are in Tennessee but not sure how close to me. If you think you might be interested in a used break send me a PM.


Sorry. Just re-read your title and see you are looking for a pan brake. My bad.
03-29-2019 05:32 PM
Wanting to buy a 24" Box and Pan Brake

Looking at a selection of 24" brakes, want a 48" but space is lopking at Bolton, Grizzly, Baleigh, Fox tools and a few others....are these all basically the same with different paint. This isnt a full time brake, just for mosc projects...but i want the best of the taiwan stuff. Grizzly and Baleigh both say 16ga capacity.
Anyone have opinions on this type of tooling? A Tennsmith or National 48 would be great, but too big and my budget is light

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