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- ItemArbor Press
- Force in Tons2
- Force Range (Lbs.)4000
- Swing (In.)11-7/8
- Table Work Surface (In.)6-5/8 x 7-1/2
- Anvil Dia. Work Area (In.)6-5/8
- Range of Slot Widths (In.)3/4 to 1-13/16
- Max. Work Height (In.)8
- Ram Dimensions (In.)1-1/4 x 1-1/4
- Ram Hole Dia. x Depth (In.)1/2 x 3/4
- Height (In.)15-1/8
- Width (In.)7-1/8
- Depth (In.)16
- Base Size (In.)7-1/8 x 16
- ConstructionCast Iron
- FeaturesHeavy Duty Cast Iron And Steel Construction, Reversible Ram With Hole & Magnet For Inches Or Tools, Removable Steel Anvil With Four Different Slot Positions, Comes With 3 Press Bits: Pointed, Rounded & Square, Adjustable Depth Stop With Fine Adjustment
- IncludesArbor Press, Anvil, Adjustable Feed Handle, Side Mounted Hand Wheel, Reversible Ram, Arbor Press (3) Piece Bit Set, Depth Stop
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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