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The Helena Arkansas Daily World - Helena, AR
  • How to Build a Portable Vise

  • The right tool for the job, wherever it is
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  • To make working at remote locations easier, Club member John Woodzick of Kenosha, Wisconsin, created this portable vise setup. He used a 48-in.-long scrap of 2-in.-sq. hollow tube, onto which he welded a 12-in.-sq. plate of 1/4-in.-thick steel. After mounting a combination vise onto the steel plate, he had the ideal portable workstation. The hollow tube slides perfectly into his truck’s receiver hitch, and because the tube is 48 in. long, John can still lower the truck’s tailgate without removing the workstation. Brought to you by: American Profile - Inspirational Stories & American History

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