A: 14.8 lbs.
A: Hello Adrain, The weight is 14.8 lbs. Thanks for shopping with the Home Depot
A: They open up 4” but 3 7/8” is probably the largest you can actually clamp.
A: I got mine open 4-inches
A: 3/8" x 2" hex head bolts with large flat washers and 3/8" lock washers and 3/8" nyloc nuts. Also used permanent loc-tite applied liberally to the bolt threads. It will not be moved by a hurricane. Can't go wrong with this setup on a workbench with a 3/4" plywood top. President Chump's wig isn't as strong.........
A: I used 5/16" bolts and they fit with just enough clearance to make a good solid mount. The cast holes in the vise base are a nominal 3/8" dia. but you would have to drill them out to accept clearance for a 3/8" bolt. 5/16" bolts are strong enough to handle anything this vise will be used for.
A: I mounted my 4" Tekton bench vise to a 24" square piece of plywood that will be bolted to my B&D Workmate for stability. I don't have a work shop / bench anymore so I have to improvise where I can. The holes in the vise base are cast as nominal 3/8" dia. A 3/8" dia. bolt will not fit unless one was to drill out the holes. I decided on 5/16" socket head cap screws (round head will clear the cast flange / feet on the base) with "nylok" hex nuts and flat washers (under side of plywood for better bearing surface) to make it secure but easy to remove and store when done with my projects. Home Depot only sells metric socket head screws in my area. I had to go to my local hardware store to pick up three 5/16" SHCS. Either will work, I just prefer to use inch hardware.
|Name||4 in. Swivel Bench Vise||3.25 in. Compound Cross Slide Industrial Strength Benchtop and Drill Press Vise||4 in. High Visibility All Steel Utility Workshop Bench Vise||General Purpose Work Bench Vise|
|Jaw Capacity||0 in||3.5 in||4 in||3-1/2 in|
|Throat Depth||2.125 in||3.25 in||2-1/4 in||1-1/2 in|
|Hand Tool Type||Vise||Vise||Vise||Vise|
|Clamping Strength (lb.)||0||1984||4200||750|
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