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Anvil-Mounted "Torch Holder"
I made a small attachment for my shop anvil that holds my cutting torch exactly where I want it. Works great when Im forging small parts, because I always have access to heat while Im working, says Robert Stone, Seymour, Mo.
  The one-piece attachment slips over the horn of the anvil and rests on top of it. It consists of an L-shaped angle iron bracket with 2 small tabs that hold the torch in place. The tabs are made from 3/32-in. material and are 3/4 in. wide and about 1-in. long. One tab slips into the base area of the torch, between two hoses that supply oxygen and acetylene, while the other tab slips into a space in the torch head.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Robert L. Stone, 1504 Dillon Rd., Seymour, Mo. 65746 (ph 417 767-4395).

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2013 - Volume #37, Issue #2