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Yost Vises 905-AS 5" Heavy Duty Steel Bench Vise
Yost Vises 905-AS 5" Heavy Duty Steel Bench Vise
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Bench-mount vise with 5" nominal top jaw width and 1/2"- to 1-1/2"-diameter pipe capacity provides clamping action for light-duty applications
360-degree swivel base adjusts the direction of the jaws for proper placement and locks in place
Cast steel body is painted black for mild protection against corrosion and has flat portion that acts as a reinforced anvil and an additional work surface
Replaceable top jaws and built-in pipe jaws are grooved for enhanced grip
Main screw that controls the jaws is covered by a bar to protect it from damage
The Yost Vises all-steel utility combination pipe and bench vise with 360-degree swivel base mounts to a workbench to provide light-duty clamping action. The 360-degree swivel base adjusts the direction of the jaws for proper placement. Hand-tightening the two lock knobs on the base secures its position. The body is made of cast steel and has a flat portion that acts as a reinforced anvil and an additional work surface. The black paint on the body provides mild protection against corrosion. Both the top jaws and pipe jaws are grooved for enhanced grip. The top jaws are made of hardened steel and can be replaced when worn, and the pipe jaws are cast in place. The jaws draw closer together or farther apart by turning the vise handle clockwise or counterclockwise. The main screw that controls the jaws has been continuous rolled for high strength and is covered by a bar to protect it from damage. A rubber washer on either side of the handle prevents unwanted sliding when turning, and the balls on each end unscrew to enable replacement of the handle if worn.
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Yost All Steel Bench Vise
Yost - Since 1908
Yost has been building tools for 100 years. Our passion is making clamping tools that last a lifetime. Our staff is always ready to answer any questions you may have.
Yost Heavy Duty All Steel Bench Vise
Built for Durability
The All Purpose 900 Series of vises from Yost are built with dependability in mind. The vises are constructed from 60,000 PSI structural cast steel. This gives the vise durability and dependability you won't find from cast iron vises on the market. The cast in place pipe jaws allow this vise to grip various sized pipes for extra versatility.
Made of 60,000 PSI structural cast steel (SC37) for increase clamping force
Replaceable Hardened Steel Serrated Top Jaws
Finished with black, wrinkle paint
Rust preventative coating applied to the slide bar
Full 360 Degree Swivel Base With 2 Lockdowns
Permanent Pipe Jaws and a Large Reinforced Anvil
No Pinch Main Screw Handle
Machined Anvil Work Surface
This large work-surface is perfect for bending or shaping metal parts.
Machined Steel Bar
The machined main bar provides smooth operation for the vise. Two lock-downs provide plenty of force to keep the vise from rotating.
Durable Cast Steel Body
Unlike standard bench vises, these vises are cast from steel with a tensile strength of 60,000 PSI. This makes the Yost All Steel series twice as durable as competing cast iron bench vises.
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