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  • Ridigd 450 tristand

    i found one at a local pawn shop here ($85 CAD) from what i see it's missing a pin for the handle and the rubber feet need replacement, which i might fabricate some kind of adjustable foot and repaint

    now i need to get a new pin but looking at the parts list on the site

    http://www.ridgid.com/ASSETS/516F8E8...in_Vise_PL.pdf

    i'm not sure if #22 (part #76735) is the correct part considering this is a schematic for a different model

    and also #12 (part #41025 friction ring) is that specific or would i need it for mine

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    Re: Ridigd 450 tristand

    The parts list that you have linked is for the smaller 425 Tristand. The correct parts list for the 450 Tristand is at
    http://www.ridgid.com/ASSETS/39D2D53...in_Vise_PL.pdf

    The pin that you need to hold the swivel nut in place is item #29 (catalog #31650)

    The friction ring for the 450 Tristand is item #21 (catalog #41025)

    Hope that helps,
    Steve
    Steve
    www.MorrisGarage.com

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    • #3
      Re: Ridigd 450 tristand

      you sir are a gentleman and a scholar!


      quick question, what's the use of the jack screw? does it make my threading experience easier?

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      • #4
        Re: Ridigd 450 tristand

        the jack screw is to hold the vise in place.
        place your vise under a header or beam and take a piece of one inch pipe to fit between the screw and the beam, then tighten up the screw.
        now your vise will not move or flip over.

        G3

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