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#30 9"/225MM LOCKING CLA
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#30 9"/225MM LOCKING CLA

Item # 945463 OfficeMax # 24097255
  • Wide-opening jaws provide greater versatility in clamping a variety of shapes
  • Turn screw to adjust pressure and fit work. Stays adjusted for repetitive use
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  • Wide-opening jaws provide greater versatility in clamping a variety of shapes 
  • Turn screw to adjust pressure and fit work. Stays adjusted for repetitive use 
  • Constructed of high-grade heat-treated alloy steel for maximum toughness and durability 
  • Guarded release trigger quickly unlocks and protects from accidental release 

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Item # 945463 
Manufacturer # 586-9DR  
brand name Irwin Vise-Grip®
distributor United, Inc.
Jaw Opening 0 in [Min], 4 1/2 in [Max]
material Alloy Steel
Mechanism Adjustable Mechanical Locking
Overall Length 9 in
packaging type Carded
Throat Depth 4 3/4 in
weight 0.91 lb

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Rated 4 out of 5�by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5�by perfect every time I have used cheaper copies in the past but the Irwin range which I have 2 of every regular and swivel pad in the range are THE BEST. I am a metal worker restoring Aston Martin DB4/5/6 and have found these on the bench every day. November 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5�by High quality Irwin in my opinion is the original clamp producer, and they're 11R is the standard in all of the welding companies I've been with. I would definitely recommend Irwin clamps for any kind of job where it needs clamping power. September 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5�by strong and versatile First touch was in Israel,when i work with a guy who have these for a long time,and after all after so many years,it was like new.good job September 6, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5�by leading hand I've bought and used the 11R for thirty years; the only reason I have to buy new ones is when I loose one. But the last one I bought was a real let down - the jaw-opening is less than half what it was on the previous examples of the identical model. Evidently there's subtle variations in the lever ratios, but here I have a tool with very limited use simply because it won't open wide enough to get on the job. I hope that tool wasn't the new standard, but how do I check new tools when Irwin locks them up in tamper proof packaging? April 21, 2010
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