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Starrett 614-1/2 and 624-1/2 (4-1/2 inch) Serrated Vise Jaws

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  • Thanks Ron for the picture of your 614-1/2 Starrett vise. Nice job.
  • Thanks Dennis for trying out my jaws on your 624-1/2. They fit great...
  • 624-1/2 nicely done by Dennis in California.
  • Thanks Geof for giving these jaws a try on your 324-1/2. Looks like a good fit to me. Thanks for sharing your pictures. Nice job on your restore.
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 Product Description

A pair of new replacement Serrated Vise Jaws for the Starrett 614-1/2, 624-1/2 and a 324-1/2 Vises .  There is a good chance that they will fit the Athol 624-1/2 and 924-1/2 as well.  Contact me for exact specs.

A-2 Tool Steel is Heat Treated to 54-56 Rockwell. The colorful pattern on the serrated jaws happens during the Heat Treating process when nitrogen is used. After Heat Treating, these jaws are surface ground flat and then squared.

(4x)  5/16:18 Short Head Cap Screws supplied.

These are Premium Handcrafted Jaws. Many imports use powdered metal that gets injected into a mold to save time. I have seen many break at the screw holes. My jaws should be the last you ever buy.

Made in the USA.

 

Questions?  Contact Kevin:  mountainproduct@gmail.com

 

                                        

Length ------ 4 1/2           

Width  ------  1-5/16           

Thickness ---- 5/8

Distance between screws.  3-1/4                

Screw Size --- 5/16:18

 Product Reviews

  1. The jaws that just keep on gripping!

    Posted by Geoffrey on 4th Aug 2016

    I got these jaws last year, and have used them in my 324-1/2 vise since then. They are fantastically grippy. On one occasion I had to break a stuck bolt loose from a Ford ZX2 spindle/hub assembly. Cranked the vise down onto it pretty tightly (but without a cheater bar), and went to work on it. Used a pair of 22" knipex king cobra pliers on the shaft of the bolt (head was already mutilated beyond recognition so I had to work with the round shaft). Hung my entire 240lb body weight off the end of the 22" pliers, trying to get this bolt to turn.

    The assembly did not move in these jaws AT ALL.

    Given the distance from the jaws to the bolt, and the radius of swing I was using with the pliers, I estimate I was putting ~500 pounds of twisting force on about 1 square inch of jaw surface. Didn't budge. The jaws are still in perfect condition as well, due to their hardness. The old, worn, original jaws could not have held onto the work piece under that much force. I can't recommend these top quality jaws highly enough.


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