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#1 posted 02-16-2018 03:57 PM

We live out in a rural area and our place has a big canal running all along one side if it. Several years ago, when the water users shut the water off at the end of the season, I found a 6’ pipe clamp laying down in the bottom of the canal. It was a pony clamp and has galvanized 3/4” pipe. I cleaned it up and hung it on my wall with a few other 6’ clamps I have. Works fine and I have used it quite a bit. No rust. Turned out to be a nice find.

When I put my other pipe clamps together, I just wiped the black pipe down with WD-40 or possibly mineral spirits. I have had them for nearly 40 years. They work as they should and I have not had any issues with the black pipe except some now have spots of glue on them. The clamps are Pony.

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