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Model #56

19 in. Forged Alloy Nail Puller

  • Works great on flush and hard-to-grip nails
  • Ideal for remodeling and renovation projects
  • Warranty against defects
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Product Overview

The Crescent 19-inch Forged Alloy Nail Puller is a must-have for professionals and homeowners alike because of its utility and strength. It features a box-joint design with a hardened, tempered jaw and forged alloy construction that is built to last under rough jobsite conditions. Ready to tackle flush nails, the design is available with either a long jaw or a short jaw, both of which have a black enamel finish for extra durability.
  • Box-Joint, Forged Alloy, Hardened and Tempered Jaw
  • Available in Short or Long Jaw
  • Black Enamel Finish
  • Conforms to U.S. Fed. Spec. GGG-P-79Lb, Type 1, Class-1
  • Works great on flush, hard-to-grip nails
  • Ideal for remodeling or renovation projects
  • Warranty against defects
  • Black enamel finish for extra durability
  • 19” length and 24” full extension
  • Meets or Exceeds Us Federal Spec. GGG-P-79Lb, Type 1, Class-1

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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum contact size (in.)
19
Minimum contact size (in.)
1
Product Depth (in.)
4.5
Product Height (in.)
1.5
Product Length (in.)
1.50
Product Width (in.)
17.8

Details

Hand Tool Type
Extractor
Handle Material
Metal
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Free of material and workmanship defects

Questions & Answers

5Questions32Answers

Will this tool work at removing hardwood flooring nails?

Asked by Geoguy74 May 18, 2016
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Yes, this is what the tool does best.

how do i use this tool ??????

Asked by pumpkin December 4, 2015
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Hold the lower section with your non-dominant hand (below the pinch point!) Hold the upper handle with your dominant hand, as if you were about to pound your fist on a table. Place the jaws gently adjacent to the nail or staple you wish to pull, as close as you can get without being on top of it with the stationary side of the jaws and then the adjustable side. If you are on top of the nail head or staple, you will drive it deeper into the surface, so don't do that. Hold the puller perpendicular to the surface and give it a few slams downward with the upper slide(your dominant hand) and then pull the entire nail puller toward you (using the lever that sticks out as a brace against the floor.) The jaws should grab the head of the nail if you have gone deep enough. Some surfaces need 2 slams, some need 5 or more. It takes a few minutes to get the hang of, but once you do, you will be thrilled you purchased the item. Also, I recommend youtube videos, that's how I got my first lesson.

i need to pick one up today i live in riverside ca 92506 is there a store in my area that has one ?

Asked by Bob August 19, 2016
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I bought mine through the website

Can it pull Hot Dipped Galvanized Ring Shank Nails?

Asked by vroomthere April 15, 2020
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Tool works really well. I used it to detail reclaimed lumber from a 100 year old house that I tore down. It will just about pull out anything that you can get the jaws to. You may have to dig a little around the nail to allow the jaws to get a bite if the nail is broken below the surface.

Is this a slide hammer type nail puller

Asked by Code60 October 1, 2017
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Yes!

Customer Reviews

  • 166 Customer Reviews
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Excellent for pulling nails, when you need to preserve your boards.
Excellent for pulling nails, when you need to preserve your boards.
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Excellent option for pulling difficult nails. Will work easily in some circumstances where other...
Excellent option for pulling difficult nails. Will work easily in some circumstances where other methods break and split boards.
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The tool does what it is supposed to do well....
The tool does what it is supposed to do well. Probally better than well, however this thing needs to be made out of stronger steel as after taking down 5 industrial pallets the mouth of the tool is beat to hello. Absent the mouth being bent out of shape,no pun intended, the tool would be flawless
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Great time, effort saver....prevents material damage
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Our nail puller allows us to easily and safely reclaim old barn wood for reuse on our personal property and in our furniture/home decor business. My wife and I are able to pull 3"+ nails from delicate ship-lap siding with minimal splitting and waste! Excellent product...pays for itself with the first salvaged board! Ken & Cecilia Roch Your Space, LLC Sierra Vista, AZ
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Hampden, MA
The product lives up to all the reviews I read and then some.
My deck is 25 years old and was done with "spiral" 4 inch nails (3 every 16 inches). There are 26 two by six by ten and 26 two by six by sixteen boards. Well over 1,700 of those nails. Three foot crow bar? Couldn't get to the nail heads. Sludge hammer from below? wouldn't budge the boards. This deck is still a "BEAR", but with this tool, over the weekend, I did seven 26 foot lengths on Saturday and seven more on Sunday. The BEST part is that I am salvaging the boards which I will use to frame a SHED this fall. Note the "done" boards (they are lighter because they are flipped). If you look close you can see that the nails have been removed from the lighter boards. This job is still TOUGH, but with this tool, I should be done removing the old stuff next weekend.
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Outstanding tool! Was very useful removing deck floor boards. A...
Outstanding tool! Was very useful removing deck floor boards. A must for anyone doing any wrecking.
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The nail puller helps a lot, especially when there is no nail head, just the shank
The nail puller helps a lot, especially when there is no nail head, just the shank
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This nail puller is excellent! It worked very well in...
This nail puller is excellent! It worked very well in pulling out 4 inch nails that were countersunk deep in the 2x8 boards I needed to replace.
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Best nail pulled for remodels...
Best nail pulled for remodels
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