Designed for trunks and chests with box style lids. Holds lid secure in open position when needed.Plated steel support measures 6-7/16" center to center and 6-7/8" long overall. 7/16" wide. Screws included.Price per pair.
The classic hand-forged look of the frontier, rooted in traditional styles from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.Finish: Flat BlackBase Material: ZincLength: 3-1/8 inchProjection: 1-1/8 inchCenter to Center Hole Spacing: 2-1/2 inchMachine Screw Thread Size: 2 x #8 32 x 1 inchScrews are includedWarranty: Lifetime
Make turning a little easier and a lot more fun with Crowns exclusive Pro-PM Powder Metallurgy High Speed Steel Spindle Gouge! This gouge is the "elite' of all turning gouges. Made from an advanced Powder Metal, the molten steel has been compressed and sintered giving this Pro-PM turning tool a cutting edge which lasts up to four/five times that of a conventional High Speed Steel tool. The chisel is hardened to between 66° and 68° Rockwell, enabling it to have a vastly superior wear resistance, excellent grinability, superior toughness, a high working hardness and a high retention of hardness. The ergonomically designed stained black ash handle makes the finished chisel unbeatable.Technical Details:From Crowns exclusive Pro-PM Powder Metallurgy High Speed Steel tool lineMade from an advanced Powder MetalMolten steel is compressed and sintered giving this Pro-PM turning tool a cutting edge which lasts up to four/five times that of a conventional High Speed Steel toolChisel is hardened to between 66° and 68° Rockwell, enabling it to have a vastly superior wear resistance, excellent grinability, superior toughness, a high working hardness and a high retention of hardnessErgonomically designed stained black ash handle
Old furniture, whether a treasured heirloom or a consignment shop find, is often better made than anything that can be bought today. Why let a damaged finish detract from a beautiful piece when you can expertly repair the finish or refinish it to good as new? This book and DVD set covers all the basics-how to evaluate the condition of a piece, how to repair and revive finishes to enhance their beauty while preserving their patina, and how to completely refinish a piece. Watch the DVD and then follow along in the book, and you'll be making old furniture look great in no time.Technical Details: 124 pagesSoftcoverTable of Contents:Chapter 1: Evaluating your projectChapter 2: Tools and solventsChapter 3: Structural repairsChapter 4: Cleaning and revivingChapter 5: Removing the finishChapter 6: Surface preparationChapter 7: Staining and grain fillingChapter 8: Applying a finishChapter 9: Minor repairsTopics include:Choosing the right stripperPros and cons of complete stripping versus revivingBasic repair strategies and techniquesReviving a finishHow to strip a finishSurface preparationBleachingHow to match finishesHow to use stains, putties, paste fillers and finishesCleaning and reviving metal hardwareHow to age metal partsPolishing and rubbing finishesFixing minor surface damageCleaning and waxing