Question about Audi Vehicle Parts & Accessories
Do not pound excessively on it, keep clean of metal filings, rust etc, use a dry lube on the screw that pulls the jaws together, something like graphite, teflon that sprays on and dries works well. Oil will work also but oil collects dirt and after while you need to wash it off and reapply,
Mostly use common sense while using it, the bigger the vise the more abuse it will take, but no vise will take constant beating from a 4 or 8 pound hammer on it.
Hope this helps
Posted on May 06, 2014
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