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Re: Made in USA vise grips

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Ken-Pa

05-29-2013 21:16:08
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I like buying & using USA made Channel Lock tools . They are made in Meadville Pa ,,. only about 1/2 hr west of me . I used to have afriend that worked there & he could get me 2nds really cheap or grade #1 at his cost . He disappeared so my great deals are over with . God bless , Ken




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Gambles

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 Re: Made in USA vise grips in reply to Ken-Pa, 05-29-2013 21:16:08  
Not to get nit-picky here, but their pliers are made in USA. A lot of their other tools, like their screwdrivers and adjustable wrenches are not.
But yea, I like them too.



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Ken-Pa

05-29-2013 22:39:13
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 Re: Made in USA vise grips in reply to Gambles, 05-29-2013 21:31:46  
I didn't know that . It's been around 20 - 25 yrs since I've bought any . As far as adjustable wrenches , I've always bought & used the Crescent brand . My Dad bought nothing but USA made tools . He made his living with tools , so he was quite fussy about what he bought & he would always wipe them down before they entered his tool chest again . As a kid , that was my job . He wouldn't teach me anything but how to keep a clean toolbox & to always clean up the areas when finished . Oh , also how to hold a trouble light so he could see . If he couldn't see , he would always grab the trouble light out of my hand & smash it over my head . Then my next lesson was to go get a new bulb from Mom . What I know is what I've learned first hand by a Hands-On technique . But I truly loved my Dad . God bless , Ken

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