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Groomers Helper 1" Locking Universal Steel Clamp
Groomers Helper 1" Locking Universal Steel Clamp

Groomers Helper 1" Locking Universal Steel Clamp

Part Number:12081|

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Groomers Helper
  • Designed to be used with a 1” width, square grooming arm
  • Locking nuts help to keep the clamp in place once it has been adjusted
  • Opens to a maximum of 3 1/2”
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Groomer's Helper 1" Locking Universal Steel Clamp
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Non-standard Table Defined: It has a table top that is over 1 3/4" thick - it may be home made, or a lighted grooming table, or a table that has a metal frame holding the top on. This clamp is designed for use with a non-standard grooming table ONLY and should not be used on a standard table top.

This clamp will open to a maximum of 3 1/2" and is designed to be used with a 1" width, square grooming arm. If you have a 3/4" arm please click here for the proper clamp. Another feature is the use of locking nuts to keep the clamp in place once it has been adjusted.

NOTE: Do not purchase Universal Clamp(s) if a Standard Clamp will work. The reason is because the weakest part of the clamp is the screws, therefore if you are using a Universal Clamp with a 1" thick table then you would have over 2" of the screw out of the clamp and pressing into the table. This will allow any stress to be loaded on to the screws and possibly bend them.

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