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Item 162842
Model SB-12

WoodRiver - 12-inch Quick Bar Clamp

$18.99

Qty 1-3 4+
Each $18.99 $17.09

These WoodRiver® one-hand bar clamps can quickly change from a clamp to a spreader without tools. With a throat depth of 3-1/4" and 180 lbs. of clamping force, these clamps can handle any...

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These WoodRiver® one-hand bar clamps can quickly change from a clamp to a spreader without tools. With a throat depth of 3-1/4" and 180 lbs. of clamping force, these clamps can handle any medium-duty project. The non-marring sure grip pads will securely hold even the most delicate project. Rail size is 3/16" x 45/64". Great for woodworking, assembly, construction, maintenance and general purpose clamping.

Features:

• 12” Clamp

• Throat depth: 3-1/4”

• Clamping force: 180 lbs.

• Non-marring sure grip pads for delicate projects

• Rail size: 3/16” x 45/64”

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