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#1 posted 11-28-2017 05:09 AM

Thanks, Tim. I know the vise means a lot to my dad which is why he bothered to dig it out of the ashes but I’m not sure he had a plan on what to do with it which is why it sat collecting dust for so long.

The project has given me a lot of insight as to just how useful electrolysis can be. This one is going back to my dad after all is said and done but now I want to find another old vise that has seized up from rust and neglect and try to restore it for my own workbench.


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