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2 Sep 12: Has been Sold.

Used Tennsmith 8 Foot Brake 16ga Model: HB9716
$2,200.00 Cash -- I accept PayPal

Capacity: 16 Gauge mild steel
Bending length: 97 inches
Maximum lift of beam: 1-7/8 in
Front to Rear beam adjustment: 1/2 in
Minimum reverse bend: 1/4 in
Minimum flange in capacity material 1 in
Weight: 1,675 lbs
Dimensions, counterweights: Length: 140 x Width: 52 x Heigth: 60 in

Tennsmith 8 Foot Brake 16ga Model: HB9716 Heavy Duty 8 Foot, 16 gauge - TENNSMITH's heavy-duty hand brakes are designed and built for long service and accurate bending. Welded steel plate construction and heavy truss rods and braces provide strength and durability. General: Just taken off line for an advanced, hi-tech newer model. Brake works and is clean and complete. Buyer pickup only: Must have a flatbed trailer -- not enclosed. If picked before close of business Wednesday this week by the 19th April, a fork lift will be available to place on your flat bed trailer. Metal Brake is currently under cover with oversized tarp, protected from rain. To date there is no rust and a protective thin layer of w-40 lubricant is sprayed on all moving parts Craig List Sunday, 15 April, 2012 and sold two days later. With much more substantial steel side plates than other domestically made units, these brakes have the rigidity required for upper beam adjustment without the use of wrenches. Equipped with thrust bearings, the upper leaf adjustment screws permit quick, accurate alignment for different material thicknesses or radii. Other adjustment features include: - leveling screws and lock nuts on the pedestals; - jack screws and tensioner bolts on the apron; - truss rods on the apron, base and upper beam; - fully adjustable counter balances to facilitate the bending process - replaceable nose bar and apron inserts. Removable apron angle and insert permit 1/4-inch reverse bends in lighter material. Bored in line to ensure perfect alignment, the pivot points are fitted with oil impregnated bearings. The hinge pins are high-tensile, alloy steel. Ductile steel clamp handles, heavy yokes, grease fittings and an apron stop rod complement the many other fine features of these heavy-duty brakes.

Metal Brake remains covered from elements until relocated to a building