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    Default WTB: NMTB #50 tool holders

    If you have any collecting dust & rust send a PM or post here.
    I’d like 1/2”, 1”, 1-1/4” and 1-1/2”.

    Andy

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    Go to Surplusrecord.com and under wanted....put in a free ad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard King View Post
    Go to Surplusrecord.com and under wanted....put in a free ad
    good suggestion

    I have quite a few
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    Check Travers.com in their clearance section. They have a NMTB50 1/2" shell mill holder for 95% off or so. $3.69!! Israeli made. Crazy deal.

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    I have one brand new Bison 1 1/4 I think will confirm tomorrow
    Bob

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    The place I worked for used many cat50 holders(cheaper & easier to get)and then longer pull studs,I made 20 out of a toolsteel and had them heat treated when we couldn't find more for that machine in later years. I don't know if all mills can do that though. Just possibly an option.


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