9" Quick Release Vise
The WoodRiver® 9" Quick Release Workbench Vise has a front mounted lever which disengages the vise screw to permit rapid opening and closing of the vise, meaning that you can quickly adjust the opening of the vise to either release or clamp a piece you’re working on. This vise features...
Items You May Need
- Front mounted lever disengages the vise screw for rapid opening and closing
- Two 7/8" guide rods evenly distribute contact between the jaws and work piece
- 2 predrilled holes and 2 cast tabs for mounting screws (screws not included)
- Heavy duty construction
- Construction: Heavy cast iron and steel
- Maximum Opening: 10"
- Guide Rods and Main Screw: 7/8" diameter
- Jaw Width: 9"
- Jaw Face Height: 3.7"
- (1) WoodRiver - 9" Quick Release Vise
- Handle and mounting hardware are not included.
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kind of a let down out of the box
I really wish I would have read the one review before mine. I opened to find the vise for my new work bench didn't have any mounting hardware or a manual on any recommendations or anything. It looks like a quality vise but that was an out of the box let down.
Nice Vise but ....
Sometimes the full package is the best and this vise is definitely not the full package. There are no installation instructions, there are no hardware requirements, its a vise, and you have to figure out everything else on your own. Just makes the installation a bit more time consuming as well as having to make numerous trips to obtain hardware. Woodcraft fail for me again....
9" quick release tail vise
I received this vice quite some time ago I'm ready to install it on my newly build maple top. only to find that there are no mounting instructions. I'm not stupid but it would have been nice to have a recommendation for the proper size lag or screw to attach this to my bench. I would think it wouldn't be to much to ask for recommendations after all it is a little expensive not to provide this info. vise looks great I just don't want it to end up on my foot someday?