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C-clamp stumper

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by Radman, Aug 17, 2004.

  1. Radman

    Radman Well-Known Member

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    What size wrench do you use for the big yoke bolt on an altman 510?
     
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    Radman Well-Known Member

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    crescent is not a valid answer
     
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    is this a bolt on the instrument or on the c-clamp?
     
  4. Radman

    Radman Well-Known Member

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    The bolt that attaches the instrument to the clamp. Altman 510 being standard cclamp.
     
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    JasonH Active Member

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    ohhh *lol*
    c-clamps have model numbers?

    AFAIK its a 1/2"
     
  6. Radman

    Radman Well-Known Member

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    No, I think that's the diameter of the bolt, not the size of the head.
     
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    damn, if only i had a chance to get into the theatre.
     
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    avkid Not a New User Fight Leukemia

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    7/8 inch
     
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    ship Senior Team Emeritus Premium Member

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    Wrong side of the speed wrench avkid. 99% of all 1/2" bolts measure 3/4" across flats. You can find some 1/2" bolt types especially in the nut for it that has a 7/8" across flats, but it's normally 3/4".

    7/8" is the size you sometimes use on a cheeseborough, though it is more common to be 15/16" as the next size up as also used on 5/8" bolts such as for truss.
     
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    avkid Not a New User Fight Leukemia

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    oh, i was just blind guessing, i use a gator grip so i have no idea!
     
  11. Radman

    Radman Well-Known Member

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    K thanks.
     
  12. yvfd82t

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    Ya the Gator Grip works on almost everything so i would use that or take every wrench head you got and figure it all out. :evil: :twisted:
     
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    avkid Not a New User Fight Leukemia

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    the gator grip is one of best tools known to man
     
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    Radman Well-Known Member

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    We have one, I should try it.
     
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    Wow good idea :evil: :twisted:
     

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