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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 04-09-2012, 11:52 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone have this Vice? Mine is bright red..Nice vise. Was given to me on a workbench. Need to lube it up etc..


Looking for the manual on it for part #'s etc..

Im one of those guys who likes having manual/paperwork on all his tools lol..

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I just bought this vise at a garage sale for 10 bucks! It is red also. Mine is missing te handle though. Any chance you could post a pic of yours? Thanks.

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Did you ever get the manual for the Craftsman Vise # 391.5195? I'm looking for this manual too. Can I get a copy of this manual directly from you? Thanks - John
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Did you ever get the manual for the Craftsman Vise # 391.5195? I'm looking for this manual too. Can I get a copy of this manual directly from you? Thanks - John
Here is a pix.. good luck with a manual, let alone parts, tho.
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Here is a pix.. good luck with a manual, let alone parts, tho.

I guess I can make do. Thanks John
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I have this manual. It is a two sided piece of paper. I will scan and upload it later.
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Hi Ben , nice to meet you and nice of you to join us, welcome to the community!
Thanks for your participation with the manual

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I bought mine New from goodwill about 2 months ago for $50, and it came with everything. Still new in what was left of the box.
So here it is.
Also, since I don't have over 10 posts, could someone PM mr500 and let him know I uploaded this. Thanks.
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I also have the mounting template. With the mounting instructions.
It is about 13x13, so I would only be able to scan half a page at a time.
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