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Finally i can rate my grippers :D

Great setup, are you using weights to close the grippers?

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Finally i can rate my grippers :D

Great setup, are you using weights to close the grippers?

Yes sir! But I like Jareds idea using a crane scale. It's alot of picking up and down with the weights.
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Yes sir! But I like Jareds idea using a crane scale. It's alot of picking up and down with the weights.

Yeah me too, I tried last night using weights on my RGC and it takes alot of work and that was for the #130 mark.

Defo going to invest in a crane scale before end of the month

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Jared Goguen

Finally i can rate my grippers :D

Awesome!

Maybe its the angle of the photo but it looks like there's a gap between the device and the rack, is the gripper level?

Also don't forget to protect the knurling with something.

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Sam Radford

Finally i can rate my grippers :D

Awesome!

Maybe its the angle of the photo but it looks like there's a gap between the device and the rack, is the gripper level?

Also don't forget to protect the knurling with something.

I find that my gripper slopes down because the barrel is 21.5mm but the IM grippers are around 19mm but wanted to make it possible to rate RB grippers as they have around a 21mm handle.

Do you put anything on yours to keep it flat to the metalwork like a tie wrap or hose clamp?

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Jared Goguen

Finally i can rate my grippers :D

Awesome!

Maybe its the angle of the photo but it looks like there's a gap between the device and the rack, is the gripper level?

Also don't forget to protect the knurling with something.

I find that my gripper slopes down because the barrel is 21.5mm but the IM grippers are around 19mm but wanted to make it possible to rate RB grippers as they have around a 21mm handle.

Do you put anything on yours to keep it flat to the metalwork like a tie wrap or hose clamp?

You can always shim the gripper, wrap some tape around it, or something like that to protect it, and keep it flat.

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You can always shim the gripper, wrap some tape around it, or something like that to protect it, and keep it flat.

Yeah was gonna get some sheet metal as a shim today from work. Will get that and try again. Cheers buddy

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You can always shim the gripper, wrap some tape around it, or something like that to protect it, and keep it flat.

Yeah was gonna get some sheet metal as a shim today from work. Will get that and try again. Cheers buddy

I would suggest something soft to protect the knurling.

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