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One ton and a brass tube. #6947198
11/05/17 09:09 PM
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A brass tube and 1 ton, making the third mechanical connection on a Corby bolted (x2) Resolute.



Something that should be the rule rather than the exception. Always ask for mechanical connections on all your tools.



Last edited by Bush Monkey Knives; 11/05/17 09:16 PM.
Re: One ton and a brass tube. [Re: Bush Monkey Knives] #6952524
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