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  • What is this Dreier Bros. part?

    I recently inherited some Ridgid pipe threading equipment and wrenches and this part was among the stuff. Looks like part of a workstation or stand. Ridgid colors, but Dreier Bros. is the maker. Can anyone explain their use to me? Thanks/Brian

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    appears to be a roller assy. what is the spread between the two openings? what is the i.d. of the 2 openings?

    might be a roller support for a #300 threader? might be a roller for just 2 pieces of pipe to support?

    have you tried google?

    rick.
    phoebe it is

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      Yes, I googled the Dreiers. Not much, mostly Ebay. I did know that they made a cool jab saw which takes hacksaw blades and is very functional.
      This piece has 1 15/16 in. openings which are 6 3/8 in. apart center to center. (Span being approx. 4 3/8 in.) Overall size is 9 3/4 in. length x 4 in. high x 2 1/8 in. wide. The aluminum? wheels turn freely.
      Thanks for your help./Brian

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      • #4
        Unknown Ridgid Tool part?

        Hi. Just hoping to find someone who can identify this tool part. I have 6 of them! Specs in the previous posts. Thanks.

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        • #5
          Re: What is this Dreier Bros. part?

          Looks like a type of pipe stand roller.


          Lorax
          "Did you put the yellow key in the switch?" TOD 01/09/06

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            Re: What is this Dreier Bros. part?

            welcom back lorax

            where have you been hiding?

            miss your humor

            rick.
            phoebe it is

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