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Coltnut

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  1. Got it off. Used a little heat to expand the nut a few thou and a 6' cheater bar and it came off. It's a quality Lincoln hydraulic unit from a $2000 jack. After speaking with some pros at hydraulic shops, what i learned was that quality hydraulics, as compared to import junk, seal with metal to metal contact, no gaskets (cheaper units have to use gaskets due to poor machining). The machining on the Lincoln unit is so good, that metal to metal contact is precise enough to seal the unit. But, it also means that the pieces are torqued down very, very snug.
  2. I am going to try and use a drift (punch) to loosen the nut. If that does not work I suppose I could try and hold the nut in a vise and try and drift the barrel, but I would think that would be harder. Last attempt I made, I put the cylinder in a vise, used a pipe wrench and cheater bar. It lifted the entire workbenc, loaded with 100's of pounds of stuff, off the floor. I think an impact is my only choice if my drift idea doesn't work.
  3. Thanks. That is a good suggestion, but tried that already. Those 2 1/2" spindle/axle nut sockets are a) too shallow, b) thin gauge construction, limited to 250 ft lbs of torque. I need a true deep impact socket.
  4. Not sure where else to post this, but at my wits end so I figured what the heck. I have a piece of hydraulic equipment that needs to be rebuilt. I bought the rebuild kit for the hydraulic cylinder, and got most of the seals out, but I need to remove the large tank nut and am unable. It is a 2 1/2" hex nut, but it's on there with 675+ ft lbs of torque. I have tried pipe wenches etc. You need a deep 2 1/2" socket on an impact. I have an impact wrench, but not that socket. To buy one is $100-$200, which wouldn't bother me if I was in the business, but I will likely use this exactly once for under a minute, so prefer not to have to buy it new. If you have one, or even better, have the socket and a large impact I would appreciate any help. I would drive to you, take off the nut, 2 minutes max. Beer for your trouble or even rent or buy it if reasonable. Anyone here have access to one? If not, my next stop are the truck repair places but I work normal business hours so it's tough to find a place open when I am off.
  5. Do you know if sizing runs accurate, or on the small or large size? I generally never buy shoes unless in person/shoe store, for fitment reasons, but I have been looking for new boots.
  6. price drop. I have to move these. Norco $125 Dayton $85
  7. Hoist sold. Floor jacks still available.
  8. Yet another price reduction on the hoist. I need it gone, preferably this weekend.
  9. Price on the hoist reduced to $275. I need it gone.
  10. Cheap already, but I'll entertain offers.
  11. I really need this gone, so another price reduction. This is really cheap guys, surely somebody could use this.
  12. I am interested, but have to check on my availability. I'll be in touch over the next couple of days.
  13. Price reduction on the table. I really need this stuff gone.
  14. Due to a partial sale the listing has been updated. Sold the welder, and by request have added individual prices.
  15. Nobody needs a plasma cutter or welder? or a kick ass welding table? ? If you are even remotely considering this, just shoot me an offer, I need to sell all my large tools so am not looking for top dollar, just need to have it all gone.
  16. Thanks for the compliment. I get great satisfaction out of making old tools better than when they rolled off the assembly line. I just never use them, just enjoy restoring them. Not sure of the weight. I would guess the saw itself is about 150 - 175 lbs. The saw is solid cast iron, but it's not a large saw. Having had a large bandsaw in the past I found that it was a bear to move and took up a ton of floor space and height was an issue. This saw is perfect for the home hobbiest who wants a small saw but appreciates the quality of 'ole American iron'. You just can't compare the build quality of the American made stuff from the '40's to todays imports.
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