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Old 03-10-2015, 09:00 PM
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$25 for a planishing hammer that's dirt cheap.

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$25 for a planishing hammer that's dirt cheap.

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Someone needs to jump on that. It is the same thing I have and it has done a good job for me.

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Yeah, holy cow that's cheap! I would like to get it for the pedal alone.

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I think that's pretty close to you, Brian. Go snag it up before I do

I'm taking my daughter to baker's beach this weekend and will check right before I head out.
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The HF is heavier.

The harbor freight one is a lot heavier than the portable one we had in my auto-body class I took over 50 years ago. My son rigged up ours to work on his 22 Dodge lakester, He hung it on a 2 X 6 from the chain hoist on the gantry crane and balanced it with some weight lifting irons. I think I posted this pict a couple years ago. . The chepo HF air hoses on ours will soon need replacing.
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The harbor freight one is a lot heavier than the portable one we had in my auto-body class I took over 50 years ago. My son rigged up ours to work on his 22 Dodge lakester, He hung it on a 2 X 6 from the chain hoist on the gantry crane and balanced it with some weight lifting irons. I think I posted this pict a couple years ago. . The chepo HF air hoses on ours will soon need replacing.
Man, he is pretty slick!

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I think that's pretty close to you, Brian. Go snag it up before I do

I'm taking my daughter to baker's beach this weekend and will check right before I head out.
If it was a little closer I would run over and grab it but I don't see me doing that so go for it.

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