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Plammers fencing Pliers

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svcummins

02-21-2021 04:07:21




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Did plammers go out of business?




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Dusty MI

02-22-2021 08:37:38




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to svcummins, 02-21-2021 04:07:21  
Back in the '50s we had a pair of fencing pliers somewhat like that, the hammer head was different, it was rectangle in shape, and it's face was like a rough in hammer.



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svcummins

02-22-2021 14:37:46




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to Dusty MI, 02-22-2021 08:37:38  
I have a couple pair like This and they arent bad



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t.r.k.

02-23-2021 09:09:51




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to svcummins, 02-22-2021 14:37:46  
I have the Chinesium version of that fence plier. The handles come too close together when used as pliers and its guaranteed to give you blood blisters if you try to cut wire with it.



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svcummins

02-23-2021 16:22:19




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to t.r.k., 02-23-2021 09:09:51  
Ive had a few like that too . And some of tre cheap ones are so stiff they wont open and shut



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MJMJ

02-22-2021 06:50:46




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to svcummins, 02-21-2021 04:07:21  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

That isn't true at all. Like Double07 said, they no longer produce their own castings.



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DoubleO7

02-22-2021 06:28:51




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to svcummins, 02-21-2021 04:07:21  
Should make you wonder if they really are made in USA.

Maybe more like assembled in USA.
The foundry where they they are created was sold sometime last year. So they are at the mercy of someone else's foundry.



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svcummins

02-22-2021 06:33:35




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to DoubleO7, 02-22-2021 06:28:51  
Youve got to remember where they are . Its probably illegal to have a fencing pliers factory open right now . And farmers and ranchers are no longer considered essential .



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zuhnc

02-21-2021 23:17:46




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to svcummins, 02-21-2021 04:07:21  
I got mine from Nasco. Expensive, but worth it. zuhnc



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svcummins

02-22-2021 01:22:32




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to zuhnc, 02-21-2021 23:17:46  
They are back ordered as well . Never thought Id see the day when the flue made it so I couldnt buy fencing pliers



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NC wayne

02-22-2021 10:59:11




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to svcummins, 02-22-2021 01:22:32  
It's currently being used as an excuse across the board, from manufacturing down to delivery....

Sadly, put simply, as it's all happening employees keep playing right along because those working are afraid to make waves, and those aren't are relying on those who are to keep them paid.

I never thought I'd see the day when Free people acted like sheep being led around by the nose, 'for their own good'......

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lee little

02-22-2021 04:01:58




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to svcummins, 02-22-2021 01:22:32  
SV Ive built and fixed fence a lot in my 66 years but that's the first time to hear of a plammer. Just proves you can always learn if you pay attention. I had to goggle it and found them priced from $50 to$70. Thanks for posting them.



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svcummins

02-22-2021 05:12:37




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to lee little, 02-22-2021 04:01:58  
They are nice then I dont have to carry a hammer and pliers just the one tool I almost never use a fence stretcher and I havent for 20 years unless Im building a gate or a brace



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svcummins

02-21-2021 20:30:17




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to svcummins, 02-21-2021 04:07:21  
They are based in the great commie state so that explains it



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spmn

02-21-2021 10:45:22




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to svcummins, 02-21-2021 04:07:21  
https://nrsworld.com/products/10-1-in-plammer-fence-pliers



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svcummins

02-21-2021 20:10:23




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to spmn, 02-21-2021 10:45:22  
Every where is back ordered



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cwtech

02-21-2021 05:30:18




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 Re: Plammers fencing Pliers in reply to svcummins, 02-21-2021 04:07:21  
You can try calling Plamm Co in Clovis, CA. 559-578-0442

As of 1-30-21, they said the Plammer was still on backorder.



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