Strong Hand Tools 16 1/2 in. Regular Duty Utility Clamp w/HD Pads & 4-in-1 Pkg (UM165-C3)
Strong Hand Tools 16 1/2 in. Regular Duty Utility Clamp w/HD Pads & 4-in-1 Pkg (UM165-C3)
Strong Hand Tools 16 1/2 in. Regular Duty Utility Clamp w/HD Pads & 4-in-1 Pkg (UM165-C3)
Strong Hand Tools 16 1/2 in. Regular Duty Utility Clamp w/HD Pads & 4-in-1 Pkg (UM165-C3)

Strong Hand Tools 16 1/2 in. Regular Duty Utility Clamp w/HD Pads & 4-in-1 Pkg (UM165-C3)

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The Strong Hand Tools 16 1/2 in. Regular Duty Utility Clamp sets up 10 times faster than a C-Clamp. It will safely and strongly hold your workpieces together, with 2,400 lbs. of clamping pressure. This clamp includes the 4-in-1 accessory package, which turns the clamp into a 4-in-1 system to do four different applications.

Four Different Applications
1. Use as a standard sliding arm clamp
2. Use as a pipe clamp using the V-Pad
3. Use as a spreader by reversing the clamp arm
4. Use as a step-over by adding the extender block

Specifications
Capacity: 16 1/2"
Throat Depth: 5 1/2"
Clamping Pressure: 2,400 lbs.
Rail Size: 1 3/16" x 9/16"
Tapped Hole: 3/8-16 (M10)
Weight: 8.7 lbs. Accessory pack includes: Extender Block, V-Pad, Screw

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