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Posted on Why is my woodworker's vise tilted down?

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#1 posted 10-02-2018 02:52 PM

If you look at the holes in your vise inner and outer jaws, you ll see where you should attach a wood piece, the size you would like, with screws. This is to protect your wood projects from marks from your metal jaws. The wood you attach can be a hardwood, MDF board, plywood, or plastic. Your preference.

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Thanks for the reply! Yes indeed. I do have plywood jaw liners. Nothing fancy, but they do the job.

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