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#44170 10/29/04 06:16 PM
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On the subject of offset bends, there's an outfit that makes a torpedo level for the odd angles like 10, 22.5, 30, etc. I think you had to specify which vials you wanted in the level when ordering. Now I can't find it.

Please help!

Dave

#44171 10/29/04 06:22 PM
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How about an adjustable one?

[Linked Image from coastaltool.com]


Bob Badger
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#44172 10/29/04 06:52 PM
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Thanks, iwire, but the one I'm looking for had fixed vials and, I believe, rare earth magnets. I'm not sure that Stabila will stick to emt.

Dave

#44173 10/29/04 07:11 PM
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Dave, I have a Stabila level with rare earth magnets. No problem sticking to EMT. It sticks so well you need to remember to take it off the EMT when your done.

Al

#44174 10/29/04 07:11 PM
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A co-worker of mine really likes those Stabila torpedo levels. They are just a little too large for my tastes.

#44175 10/29/04 07:31 PM
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Check out the new Greenlee level- ot appears to have a vial at 30 degrees

#44176 10/29/04 07:58 PM
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Is this what your looking for? http://www.no-dog.com/6inch/

Curt


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#44177 10/29/04 08:27 PM
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Bless you and the horse you rode in on, caselec. That's the one I was looking for.

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#44178 10/30/04 05:11 PM
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... Just bought this little item,...it's by Greenlee,and it is magnetic with rare earth magnets..pretty nifty,..only $19.99
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#44179 10/30/04 08:54 PM
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Wonder if no-dog knows Greenlee stole it's patent... or maybe there was a production under license agreement?

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