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I have a model 01712041 7*12 Turn-pro metal cutting band saw. The quick adjust nut on the vice is worn out. Are there replacements. Thanks

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SOURCE: I have a model 01712041 7*12 Turn-pro metal

Take the part to a local machine shop for rebuilding or construction of a new component. Take the entire vise with you if possible so that they can see what is wrong and perhaps provide an improvement. Hope this helps!

Posted on Jun 25, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a model 01712041 7*12 Turn-pro metal

That saw is sold by Enco. Phone 1-800-873-3626.
Part # is 172-2385 for the nut assy. $36.75 + shipping as of 4/12/12

Ed

Posted on Apr 12, 2012

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I have a model 01712041 7*12 Turn-pro metal cutting band saw. The quick adjust nut on the vice is worn out. Are there replacements. Thanks


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