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Re: Williams wrenches

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dr sportster

04-15-2014 17:19:07

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I checked my spare wrenches I have 13/16s but it is a 7/8" open on the other side not a 13/16 box end.Looks like you got a tip for one on ebay.It is chrome plated just not on a polished surface. I will always trade for hammers.

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04-15-2014 19:45:57

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 Re: Williams wrenches in reply to dr sportster, 04-15-2014 17:19:07  
Dr. Sportster : I'm a hammer guy too , maybe we could do some tradin'or selling . My email is open.

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dr sportster

04-17-2014 15:27:07

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 Re: Williams wrenches in reply to Dalex, 04-15-2014 19:45:57  
Hi Dalex [ not to hijack the guys thread but the email is not going through]. I don't really want to trade any hammers so much as get more hammers. I do have some tools that are not hammers that I would trade for hammers. By the way have you seen those Basa Hammers where the head is a casting and unscrews and hold two pices of rawhide? I would like to get more of those hammers. I should probably start a new thread on hammer collecting .Those Basa hammers say a name in the casting Greene and somebody .I thought I had one here in this office but cant find it. I've seen them where the rawhide must of worn out and a guy put plastic soft tips instead of the rawhide.[ Greene and Tweed maybe ,they still make them new with copper faces etc.

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