On 1/8/2012 6:05 PM, email@example.com wrote:
But they're still in the "utility" class, at least as we know them here
even though they're much larger 90-150(?) hp than most ahr folks think
of as utility. Make a nice loader tractor or for a baler.
Actually, my 1969 Craftsman slip-joint pliers had a bolt and nut, as
do all my waterpump pliers - but all the rest of my pliers -
slip-joint, diaganol cutters, linesman pliers, and even my old
(1930s?) FENCE pliers use the pin or rivet tipe joint (except a couple
of yeal cheap nasty slip-joints kicking around that I should have
thrown out years ago - they ar bolted and make me mad every second
time I use them, it seems, because I need to tighten them up)
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