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Old 21st November 2020, 22:43   #31
Mike Noc
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How mini are you talking Mike?

4-inch perhaps - or smaller than that?

They have 8 inch stamped on them but are 7 and a 1/4 inch with the jaws together.


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My thoughts too. Any chance of a link?

Link????? - they have been travelling with me in my toolcase for well over 30 years.


I'd post a photo but Imgur are down at the moment.
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It's easy to fabricate the rubber sleeve from flat sheet and then hold it in place with a couple of cable ties.--

Alternatively slit a piece of round tube and hold it in place in the same fashion.--
Thanks COLVERT - good shout
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