We reviewed these new Dimide clamps that are rated for use with an impact wrench, up to 400 ft-lbs. These clamps are made in the USA and they deliver more than 7,000 pounds of clamping force. The Dimide #5 is a 5-inch clamp and sells for $99. Also available is the Dimide #8 clamp, which is an 8-inch clamp and sells for $129. Dimide is also taking early orders for their soon-to-be-released 12-inch clamp, with a price of $239 each. These Dimide clamps provide plenty of clamping load to keep your work secure, whether you're welding, grinding, drilling, or sanding. in addition to the increased clamping load, these Dimide clamps are also much faster, especially when used with an impact wrench. With a 13mm or 1/2" socket, the clamps can go from fully open to fully closed in just a couple seconds. These Dimide Clamps are stronger and faster than the typical old C-clamps and vice-grip style clamps that everyone uses. Even the jaws include copper inserts to keep off any welding spatter. Check out the full review on the website. https://shoptoolreviews.com
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