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  1. LARMGUY
    08-30-2013 12:17 AM - permalink
    LARMGUY
    Whut?
  2. Cl906um
    08-25-2012 04:15 PM - permalink
    Cl906um
    i dont have rigid set up, but will try to explain better. the rope handle is just so you dont have to hold back pressure of pony. if you have the hog head onto the vice with a different piece of pipe tightened down on the set screw on the hogshead and this pipe is viced down into a tristand you lift the pipe into the head, and the head is alway stationary. im a better shower than speaker i guess. the rope to the pipe that fits in pony can be anchored to the floor as well if you want. this whole setup requires a tristand dedicated for threading large conduit
  3. 3197193
    08-23-2012 08:03 PM - permalink
    3197193
    The post about the hog head and the 1" or 3/4 pipe and rope could you send me a pic i cant wrap my head around this idea. Also the handle on the pony r u saying that you never set the pony down and it hangs on the rope?. Thanks just looking for easier ways to work smart.

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  • About Cl906um
    What is your electrical related field/trade:
    Journeyman electrician
    General Location
    Upper Michigan

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09-14-2017
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08-18-2017
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08-17-2017
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05-17-2017
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05-15-2017
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05-14-2017
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04-30-2017
10:34 AM - Cl906um quoted frenchelectrican in post Diesel fuel only
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04-29-2017
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04-28-2017
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