Mr. Gasket’s Connecting Rod Vice is the ideal tool when building or servicing connecting rods. This vice can be directly bench mounted or mounted in a shop vice and is able to hold several connecting rods at once. Constructed from billet aluminum with a black anodized finish, this vice is suitable for use with steel or aluminum connecting rods and will securely hold them without damage. The effective working area within the vice is 4.75” x 2”.
- Ideal for Aluminum and Steel Connecting Rods
- Holds Several Connecting Rods at Once
- Can Be Mounted in Shop Vise or Bench Mounted
- Working Area Inside Vise 4.75" x 2.0"
- Overall Size 10”H x 7”W x 2”D
- Billet Aluminum Construction
- Black Anodized Finish
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