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Pony 52, 1/2-Inch Pipe Clamp Fixture for 1/2-Inch Black Pipe

4.8 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews

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  • Tough clamp for use on any 1/2-inch pipe
  • Crank-type handle
  • Hardened-steel thrust bearing
  • 1-1/2-inch square clamp faces
  • Baked enamel finish for increased durability
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Product Description

Product Description

- For use on 1/2 inch clamp - Coil-spring stop - Tail-stop with multiple-disc-clutch - Ideal for home workshop, industrial clamping, woodworking, metalworking and welding

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The Pony 2-1/2-Inch Pipe Clamp Fixture allows you to make bar clamps of any length with a 1/2-inch pipe (not included). No holes, notches, or rivets are required to assemble; just screw the head onto regular pipe threads. The multiple-clutch system is constructed of plated hardened steel that grips the bar automatically at any point. The clamp faces are 1-1/2-inches-square with a baked enamel finish.

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Technical Details

Part Number 52
Item Weight 1.6 pounds
Product Dimensions 5.2 x 1.8 x 6 inches
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Item model number 52
Color Steel
Item Package Quantity 1
Warranty Description Full Manufactures Warranty

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ASIN B0000224CA
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4.8 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #23,630 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#29 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Hand Tools > Clamps > Bar & Pipe Clamps > Bar Clamps
#1,999 in Home Improvement > Contractor Supply
Shipping Weight 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available November 8, 1999

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I've tried three or four different company's. All the different clamps hold very good but this one is, by far, the easiest to tighten, loosen and adjust! It's the only pipe clamp I'll buy!
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These clamps are the little cousin of Pony's great 3/4" pipe clamps. While the 1/2" clamps work fine within their limits, they do have limits. Applying a lot of pressure will flex a 1/2" pipe, possibly leading to an out of square joint. I also do not think that the clamp tightening mechanism is as well made as on the 3/4" clamps, but it is still pretty good. I have several of these clamps and while I think they are a good value for the money, I would suggest spending a few more dollars for the 3/4" clamps.
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For maximum clamping power, the ¾" pipe clamp is the way to go. If your needs are not as demanding, then then this is the clamp for you.
The crank style handle worked very smooth and has adequate travel. The adjustment with the handle was such that either light or heavy pressure could be applied with ease. The clamps can also be set horizontally on a flat surface allowing you to edge glue pieces for tabletops very easily. The beauty of this style clamp is the ability to change clamping length needs quickly. One clamp with multiple lengths of threaded steel1 ½" pipe gives you endless capabilities.
While the steel bar type clamps does have their niche for lighter task (drawer construction, carcasses assembly, etc) and the ¾" pipe clamps handle you most demanding jobs, these clamps could be considered a hybrid (in capacity rating) of the two. For my money though, its worth a little extra in investing in the ¾" model as oppose to this one. But then again, why not have both? You can never have enough clamps!!!
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Clamps can make or ruin a long prepared piece of work.
Buying a suitable clamp can be like entering a minefield of potential disaster, but with the prospect of a passage towards a successful conclusion.
Clamps can become a joiner's passion!

I have used many varying kinds of clamp, paid ridiculous prices in those warehouse store of orange and blue, and have amassed a collection of clamps that adorn my workshop.
My most expensive clamp is ironically my least used.

I can wholeheartedly recommend the Pony clamp. It offers excellent compression, virtually no lateral movement and is a real bargain at the price.
How I would have loved a couple of these worthy claps when I struggled with the headboard of my bed!

If you need to join boards, frames, doors etc you need at least four sets of these clamps.
You'll need some varying length of iron pipe to match.
For the price it would be hard to do better!

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Actually, you can do better, Big Lots have a similar clamp for half the price.
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I had these (first clamps I purchased) and the 3/4" clamps. They all ended up at my dad's house and had to replace them. I didn't bother replacing the 1/2" because they flex too much. They might be fine with a 2' section of pipe to make a short clamp. I had a 4' pipe in mine.
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Works well and well built. If you have a workshop, these are very handy to have around the shop. Don't buy cheap ones and buy four or so of them.
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Good quality constuction, durable, easy to operate, sturdy and stable in high pressure applications.
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I have several of these clamps. The Pony has the best spring/clamp mechanism of most of the clamps in it's category. I bought a set of the cheaper clamps and the springs weren't strong enough to keep them from sliding around. When you have glue drying on a large project, that can be a real pain. Pay a few extra bucks and get these.
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