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    Default Wilton All-Terrain Vise

    Well this is not specifically a tractor attachment, but it can be! Wilton Vises | Truck Hitch Mounted Vise | ATV All-Terrain Vise

    Anyone see one of these in person yet?

    I have been shopping the flea markets and swap meets hoping to find a good old made in USA vise for my garage.

    But I may just be interested in this, with the ability to grab it and go out to where you need it!

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    Default Re: Wilton All-Terrain Vise

    It looks promising. There's quite a few times when having the vise oriented at 90 degrees to it's usual mounting would be a heck of a lot better for certain jobs.

    Hopefully they spec'ed them to be cast from a decent quality cast iron; I've seen too many instances of low quality vises breaking from just a moderate amount of clamping pressure.

    I see the bench mount adapter is open on the bottom. Cheaper for them to build no doubt but in use you'd probably want to have a decent thickness of plate steel between them and most benches.

    Naturally one could build an adapter to mount any vise you wished into a receiver hitch but they've does the work for you.

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    Default Re: Wilton All-Terrain Vise

    Cool idea, I like it. Made in USA? I have two Wilton 450s, awesome vises.

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    Default Re: Wilton All-Terrain Vise

    I wonder what they want for one......

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    Default Re: Wilton All-Terrain Vise

    Quote Originally Posted by lilranch2001 View Post
    I wonder what they want for one......
    $200 with mount from what I see.
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    Default Re: Wilton All-Terrain Vise

    Wow, kind of pricey, but all good vises are.....

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    Default

    I was thinking of fabing such a vise myself, but decided I would just head back to the barn when I needed a vise. But I have to admit having a tractor mounted vise when 10 minutes from the barn is a nice feature.

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    Default Re: Wilton All-Terrain Vise

    From what I'm reading, looks like it's made in China, still a cool product though.

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    Default Re: Wilton All-Terrain Vise

    Or for $22 and most any vise
    Hitch Mount Vise Plate
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