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Self-Adjusting Pipe Wrench
You can use this new self-adjusting pipe wrench with one hand. There's no need to spin a nut to adjust the size of the opening between the jaws. It lets you quickly switch between different sizes of pipe.
  A thumb trigger is used to open or close the spring-loaded jaw which pivots on a ratchet. Pulling on the trigger produces a ratcheting action that allows the jaw to self-adjust to different pipe sizes.
  The wrench has an alloy steel handle with a heat-treated alloy steel head. When you push or pull the handle in one direction, the jaws automatically tighten in the other direction.
  The wrench has a 2-in. maximum jaw capacity.
  Sells for $41.50 plus S&H.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, General Tools & Instruments Co., LLC, 80 White St., New York, New York 10013 (ph 212 431-6100 or 212 431-6499; m.circosta @generaltools.com; www.generaltools. com).

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2009 - Volume #33, Issue #2