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Fairmount Double Ended Round Dolly

Item #15728 Brand: Fairmount Tools

2 sided round body dolly, with flat and low crowned surfaces

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Only $24.99

Details

2 sided round body dolly, with flat and low crowned surfaces

  • Hard high carbon steel
  • Many surface shapes for many purposes
  • Low crown side with higher crown edge
  • Perfectly flat side with square edge
  • Sized for most hands

This hard high carbon steel dolly is perfectly sized for most hands. One side is a perfectly flat circular surface with a square edge, while the other side is a low crown with a higher crowned surface around the edge. The variety of contours and surfaces gives this tool the ability to dolly many different shapes.


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About Fairmount Double Ended Round Dolly

Fairmount metal forming dollies are designed for precision metal shaping as performed by skilled craftsman for more than 100 years. Each Fairmount dolly is painstakingly designed for optimum contour, smooth surfaces and high quality raw material to ensure years of reliable service. The heat treated precision ground and polished dolly gives you the comfort and control you need to achieve professional results. The Double Ended Round Dolly, fits in your hand and tight spaces perfectly. The bottom is ground flat and the top has a large area medium radius to accomodate many jobs.


Accessories

43120 Fender Stand, 31160 7 Pc Sanding block kit, 13520zp Contour Premium Body Filler, 12776 Evolution HVLP Paint gun, 50240zp Urethane Primer, 10041z PRE Painting Prep, 31063 Metal Bumping Handbook


Safety

Always wear eye and skin protection when metal forming. DO NOT hit a hammer directly on to a dolly. These are heat treated tools and can chip sending fragments airborne.


Warranty

Satisfaction guaranteed. One year manufacturer's defect warranty. Imported


Application

Remove all paints, coatings, sound deadeners, and contaminants. Thoroughly clean inner and outer surfaces of substrate before forming. Use dedicated hammers and dollies for aluminum work. Using hammers and dollies on steel will imbed steel shards into the aluminum thus causing rust.


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