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Old 05-10-2017, 12:58 PM
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Old 05-10-2017, 01:25 PM
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I see some standard clecos, a couple of "F" style cleco clamps and a couple of butt joint clamps. If the standard ones are copper colored, they are for #30 holes. $10-15 for the lot maybe. New, about $.50 each for the standards, $7-9 for the pliers. The "F"s are about $2 each. The butt clamps run about $3-4 each.
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Old 05-10-2017, 03:40 PM
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I see some standard clecos, a couple of "F" style cleco clamps and a couple of butt joint clamps. If the standard ones are copper colored, they are for #30 holes. $10-15 for the lot maybe. New, about $.50 each for the standards, $7-9 for the pliers. The "F"s are about $2 each. The butt clamps run about $3-4 each.
Agreed on that, for both parts and price.
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Old 05-13-2017, 02:15 PM
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To answer your Question - In case you wanted to actually know what they are and how they are used. They are " re-useable pins" used to hold and or align sheet workpieces together (through which holes are drilled ) - most often utilised when riveting sheet / workpieces together but can also used in many other ways to align and hold work in place - by example see link below

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Old 05-14-2017, 09:42 AM
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To answer your Question - In case you wanted to actually know what they are and how they are used. They are " re-useable pins" used to hold and or align sheet workpieces together (through which holes are drilled ) - most often utilised when riveting sheet / workpieces together but can also used in many other ways to align and hold work in place - by example see link below

https://youtu.be/8jTwPmSsrgk
Good eye, Jim. Missed the point on that one, for sure...

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Clecos in action ... holding stuff until it gets screwed or riveted.
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Old 05-16-2017, 04:09 AM
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I see some standard clecos, a couple of "F" style cleco clamps and a couple of butt joint clamps. If the standard ones are copper colored, they are for #30 holes. $10-15 for the lot maybe. New, about $.50 each for the standards, $7-9 for the pliers. The "F"s are about $2 each. The butt clamps run about $3-4 each.
You guys are so lucky - twice the price + in the UK
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Old 05-16-2017, 01:17 PM
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Jim: Those are average used prices. New would 50% or more higher, depending on where one shops and the quantities purchased. At work, we've bought probably several million between the various sizes and styles since the place opened in 1942.
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