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Iron Mike power hack saw 3-1/2"


:wave:hello this is my power hack saw that im trying to make a vise for. since that piece is...

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hello this is my power hack saw that im trying to make a vise for. since that piece is missing. any help or pictures would be apprechiated!!! thanks
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Oh, I used to have one of these, Dad bought it for me when I was a kid. The missing jaw is angle iron, with a slot in it as wide as the one in the frame. leave some metal on the ends. The more complicated part is "T" shaped part & goes down in the slot towards the motor end. Then it bends back maybe 1 1/2". Weld a square nut on that horizontal area. Then it bends down again, probably after the back of the jaw & is cut to form 2 dogs that fit into the adjustment holes. The tightening screw is a 7/16" or 1/2" "L" bolt like you use in wet concrete.

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ok thanks i also finally found a picture to go by also!!> tthanks for the help!
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