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 Posted: Tue Jan 5th, 2010 04:26 am
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Just wondering what you guys use on these spring clamps. Channel-Locks work o.k. but...   

   

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For the particular clamp pictured I use automotive locking clamp pliers...depending on location, otherwise I use Knipex adjustable locking pliers



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Channel - locks. And if on a Frigidaire , I use my right arm to throw it away, and use a proper clamp...

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grey one wrote:  I use my right arm to throw it away
But I got a lefthanded trashbasket for Christmas !!



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automotive locking clamp pliers...Are these just regular Vice-grips?

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Nope, they are made for these type clamps...they have grooves designed to hold the clamps in the expanded state...I will try and post a pictue



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these can be purchased at several different places...I thinks Sears has them for $20




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