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[QUOTE=PLUMBER RICK;358508]tool, it's a great large fitting machine. but for the small stuff, i would look into a used 100 or 210 machine. a lot lighter and much more maneuverable.
what size copper are you looking to press together?
remember ricky rents. drive it before you buy it
I have No need for it. I wanted to post this for a plumber in need. I will assist in getting more info and pix,if any one is interisted.
Looks too heavy to be fun! .
I can build anything You want , if you draw a picture of it , on the back of a big enough check .