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Difference between left & right handed vice

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Renzetti has some knobs and things on its vices that are only on one side. Simply turning it the other way would make it harder to adjust those knobs. It really doesn't matter, as it's such a minor thing! wink.gif Whichever side you prefer to tie on (and your dominant hand), that's the hand you should go with. By default (and being a lefty too), I would go with right-handed, as most all patterns and lessons are pictured as right-handed, and it's better to learn that way.

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Sigh - I guess we're all showing our ages.

 

Seriously, all vises (note spelling) are symmetric and function equally well turned in either direction.

 

If you are strongly left-handed and need to tie lefty, it may be helpful to look at the directions or videos in a mirror.

 

Rob

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This is for the Presentation 4000

 

If your tying needs require a variety of hook styles and sizes, you'll find unmatched versatility in the Presentation 4000. The 4000 has two rotary tension adjustments. You can use one adjustment to preset a desired level of tension for your basic tying needs. The second adjustment is used for adding tension or holding the rotary shaft in a particular desired position. Pedestal base comes with pockets. To utilize the custom features of this vise it must be ordered for the right or left hand tyer. New base is available.

 

 

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