On Mon, 09 Nov 2015 14:24:13 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Scott Lurndal)
Black pipe for water? I've never even owned a house with galvanized.
All of the handrails have been wood and, yes, I did have black pipe
gas lines for a short while, though I'd never do the work myself. It's
still not work carrying pipe around the country in case, some day,
you'll be forced to live in an ancient house. ;-)
I've seen (and I have) pipe clamps made from galvy. And my house is
plumbed with galvy, so it's been useful to me. I also have pipe clamps
made from black iron, but didn't need to repurpose them when I extended
the gas from the furnace to the kitchen for a gas stove.
If you don't need it, donate it to a building materials recycling place,
if you have one nearby.
I understand, now. Up until a couple of years ago I'd never heard of
one and they certainly weren't any close (in the state?). We only had
one HD and the other lumber yards were so poor that the HD put them
out of business.
You are right, I was confused. I think all current Bessey regular sized
K-body clamps are Revo.
But the ones, on sale, that I pointed out are all of the double moving
head variety vs. with the ones with a fixed end.
I think if you made your comments more explanatory you might be taken
more seriously. When you leave out your reasoning, like "I" can't
justify paying that much for a clamp, or I can't afford that clamp, you
would seem more reasonable and no one could argue with that. But when
you leave out the details of you reasoning we can only take your
comments at face value.
Like you said, everyone is different and so are their points.
And I am not pushing anything, simply giving an actual personal users
experience not a perceived what if scenario.
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