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- Channellock is an American company that produces hand tools. It is best known for its pliers—the company manufactures more than 140 types of pliers—particularly...
- arc-joint pliers, Multi-Grips, tap or pipe spanners, gland pliers, Channellocks (i.e., Channellock brand pliers). They have serrated jaws generally set 45 to...
- Slip joint pliers are pliers whose pivot point or fulcrum can be moved to increase the size range of their jaws. Most slip joint pliers use a mechanism...
- tool Tongue-and-groove pliers, also known as channel-locks after the Channellock brand Locking pliers, also known as a vise-grip Circlip pliers, for ****ing...
- Powder 250 (1996) Moore's Snacks 250 (1997–1999) Cheez-It 250 (2000–2001) Channellock 250 (2002–2003) Sharpie Professional 250 (2004–2005) Sharpie Mini 300...
- became known as the Champion Bolt and Clipper Company. In 1904, now named Channellock, the company moved to a 12,000-square-foot (1,100 m2) facility in Meadville...
- Keller Failed to qualify: none Final Busch Series win for Todd Bodine The Channellock 250 was held on March 22 at Bristol Motor Speedway. David Green won the...
- Failed to qualify: Phil Bonifield (No. 90), Shane Hall (No. 84) The Channellock 250 was held March 23 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Scott Riggs won the...
- 'Pliers Wrench' with high mechanical advantage parallel-gripping jaws. Channellock Diamond Calk Horseshoe Company Monkey wrench Pipe wrench or Stillson...
- temporarily converted to a dirt track to host the World of Outlaws' Channellock Challenge. The conversion involved moving 8,000 cubic feet (230 m3) of...
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