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Clean out all the grinding grit, give it a bit of lube in key spots, reassemble.
Now, it feels smooth, tight and solid, it closes nicely, cinches up well,
Will it last? Who knows. The back of the casting might push right off one
day, making the entire thing junk.
But for now, it works, and seems to work well. It only took about eight or
ten hours over the course
of a couple of weeks, but really, my choice would have been to buy a better
vise in the first place.
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