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    Default 10" Kurt D100 vise for sale, possible delivery

    I've got this used 10" Kurt D100 with the handle and jaws for sale. It's in pretty good shape, moves smoothly, but there is one apprentice mark in the moveable jaw. If I get the time I'm going to disassemble it and clean it up, but I don't think it should take more than the usual grease, WD-40 and stoning. I don't think the jaws are the factory hard jaws as I can see facemill feed marks on the top edge, and I believe the originals are all ground, no idea how hard they are though.

    It's about 300lb, let me know if there's any specific photos or measurements you'd like. The vise is in Lebanon, OR. I will be traveling to Sandpoint, Idaho on August 13th as well as from Lebanon to Montana on August 29th. If you aren't too far out of the way I could bring the vise with me and deliver it to avoid any shipping.

    Otherwise I am open to trying to ship it. I've had decent luck shipping pallets through Fastenal for a pretty reasonable price before.

    Starting at $1000 OBO

    Sent from my moto g(7) using Tapatalk

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    Nobody interested in a big badass vise? Price too high?

    Gonna put it up for sale locally soon, but thought I'd give the forum the first try

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevlaw View Post
    Nobody interested in a big badass vise?
    Must have been seriously "badass" if it was put to death by hanging.



    What's that hangman's noose HIDING?

    ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by thermite View Post
    Must have been seriously "badass" if it was put to death by hanging.



    What's that hangman's noose HIDING?

    ??
    Not trying to hide anything, just didn't want to untie it yet as I'll forget how I did it. I'll take it off tomorrow to start cleaning it up and get some better pics. 25ft was the shortest strap I had, needed to get creative

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevlaw View Post
    Not trying to hide anything, just didn't want to untie it yet as I'll forget how I did it. I'll take it off tomorrow to start cleaning it up and get some better pics. 25ft was the shortest strap I had, needed to get creative
    "Creative"? Sounds like the fictional Christian Gray and Anastasia Steel ... in their Old Age!



    Not "creative". Just less kinky about yer vices.. er' "vises".


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    Quote Originally Posted by thermite View Post
    "Creative"? Sounds like the fictional Christian Gray and Anastasia Steel ... in their Old Age!



    Not "creative". Just less kinky about yer vices.. er' "vises".

    I want whatever you're drinking or smoking

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevlaw View Post
    I want whatever you're drinking or smoking
    Cheap enough.

    It's called "Old Age" and "who gives a s**t" about woke-ass political correctness!

    Wadda they gonna doo to me?

    "Send me to Veeee ettttt naaaaaaam?"




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    "Pragmatically".. I can no longer readily lift anything heavier than my Gerardi Modulars.

    The "Quad-I" and the Morton Multi-Vise I use a Horror-Fright foot-pedal pumped die cart and/or a short cut of Aircraft Tie Down chain and a tee-bolt off the TECO clamp sets for the mills.

    Both are much tidier - and with fewer SURPRISES - than old rope.

    PPS: That Kurt is simply "too MUCH vise" for most verticals we actually HAVE out here in PM-land.

    And horizontals that would be stout enough are more likely to use two or more smaller ones - ELSE clamps, NOT a vise of any kind.

    It will be just what SOMEBODY needs "in the fullness of time".

    Tempted meself. .as a BENCH vise! But the frieght would eat my lunch.

    Otherwise not likely to sell FAST.

    2CW

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    Quote Originally Posted by thermite View Post
    Cheap enough.

    It's called "Old Age" and "who gives a s**t" about woke-ass political correctness!

    Wadda they gonna doo to me?

    "Send me to Veeee ettttt naaaaaaam?"




    PS:

    "Pragmatically".. I can no longer readily lift anything heavier than my Gerardi Modulars.

    The "Quad-I" and the Morton Multi-Vise I use a Horror-Fright foot-pedal pumped die cart and/or a short cut of Aircraft Tie Down chain and a tee-bolt off the TECO clamp sets for the mills.

    Both are much tidier - and with fewer SURPRISES - than old rope.

    PPS: That Kurt is simply "too MUCH vise" for most verticals we actually HAVE out here in PM-land.

    And horizontals that would be stout enough are more likely to use two or more smaller ones - ELSE clamps, NOT a vise of any kind.

    It will be just what SOMEBODY needs "in the fullness of time".

    Tempted meself. .as a BENCH vise! But the frieght would eat my lunch.

    Otherwise not likely to sell FAST.

    2CW
    Sounds like patience it is then. That is unless you want to send my your zip code and I can get a quote on freight to see what kinda deal I can make you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevlaw View Post
    Sounds like patience it is then. That is unless you want to send my your zip code and I can get a quote on freight to see what kinda deal I can make you
    Best "deals "were" Via Fastenal's "Blue Line" LTL service. I haven't looked to see if they are back in operation after their COVID haitus or not.

    I've also done OK with "Forward Air" .. which is very seldom "air", usually LTL truck.

    More seriously - I don't need it, but...

    For he who may...

    I have onpassed comparable weight motors and Motor-generator units by meeting at an intermediate point, putting two vehicles back-to-back, and rolling the heavy goods across a Horror-Fright folding 1,200 lbs (claimed) shiney-wood ramp on a set of nine-dollar alleged 1,000 lb fridge-freezer rollers or a "furniture dolly" H-F puts on sale for under ten bucks now and then.

    "Disposables", IOW.

    But that easily doubles the viable go-fetch range - easy as cellphones and internet make it to hit an agreeable miet-point.

    2CW

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    I'd bet that the HANDLE on that weighs as much as my 3" Kurt vise.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveM View Post
    I'd bet that the HANDLE on that weighs as much as my 3" Kurt vise.

    Steve
    Buy it and find out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevlaw View Post
    Buy it and find out
    Curiosity is not worth the hernia and the chiropractic bills. :-)

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveM View Post
    Curiosity is not worth the hernia and the chiropractic bills. :-)

    Steve
    I'm bringing a friend, we can lift it out for you

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    Gonna bump this in case there's any last minute interest for my trip to Idaho tomorrow. Been tight on time and haven't got around to cleaning it up yet, but if you're interested pm me and I can get whatever pics you need and I'll load it up for the trip. Open to offers!


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