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V-Line clamp?

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Anyone used these?
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yes it's awesome!!!
wolfie729 said:
Anyone used these?
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Sweet I just got mine today haven't had a chance to use it yet
yes it's awesome!!!
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very handy when u have to snap
when u are alone!! I can recommend it!
wolfie729 said:
Sweet I just got mine today haven't had a chance to use it yet
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Loved mine until someone walked away with it. Guess they didn't want to pay that tax and duty on it. I'll tell you one thing, when I order another I'll order a few!
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You can buy 10 spring clamps for the same price as that v-line. Clip it onto your pouch and you're all set.
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I have one, don't use it as much now that I am not framing.

But it was a slick little tool when sheeting a hip or valley section of the roof.
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Send me one wouldja? I don't want to pay for one and I'm too far away to snag it from your toolbelt.:laughing:
Loved mine until someone walked away with it. Guess they didn't want to pay that tax and duty on it. I'll tell you one thing, when I order another I'll order a few!
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What are we talking about here? Some kind of clip for a chalkbox?
Yup


What are we talking about here? Some kind of clip for a chalkbox?
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Wow that is cool, man I have to invent something soon sick of this business.:)
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I use a Rocket Anchor.

http://www.rocketanchor.com/

A little more versatile in where you can use it.
Same as the fatmax one no?
I use a Rocket Anchor.

http://www.rocketanchor.com/

A little more versatile in where you can use it.
check out the clamps face book page and you will see he is a real carpenter just like you guy's
Huh who is clamps?
check out the clamps face book page and you will see he is a real carpenter just like you guy's
I like it, but we've been mostly using the 6' Stabila R beam level for drawing hip/valley cuts.

http://www.toolsofthetrade.net/benches-and-tool-stands/v-line-clamp.aspx
I use vise-grips to hold the chalk line if necessary. I always carry a small pair in my apron.
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V-Line clamp is a great tool invented by a carpenter with 30 years in the business You guys can get a dollar off if you mention contractor talk on the contact us page right after you order for the next five day's,Tim, I used a six foot level but its always under foot especially when I am on a forklift, and sometimes it moves when I run a pencil down it, or is too short or too long for my angles, You are a great carpenter / framer and would love to get one in your hands ,
Here I am atop a roof for a repeat customer who bought the land behind him , His truck dealership business is starting to pick up and wanted a larger home, you can see the other home in the distance, the V-Line clamp was very helpful atop the lift
http://youtu.be/UByyLvHJ8sM
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