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  • Hollow Rivet rolling tool

    Here is my Tonka toy rivet tool whch is used for the hollow rivets on the hood and the floor board plates, door checks. This tool comes with your choice of die size so the 5/32 is what you would need.
    And yes these things are around $100.00
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    Henry Ford said
    "It's all nuts and bolts"


    Mitch's Auto Service ctr

  • #2
    Want to do good work get good tools, Mitch I got to thinking may have to have you bring a tool to branson and do a job for me old buddy, old pal and payment comes in the way of dinner for you and your wife and me and mine plus she is sociable and nice and then there is me but I will have the moula for dinner.

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    • Mitch
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      Well my wife won't be going but my friend will be.
      I would be more than happy to bring a tool or two with no strings attached

  • #3
    Rivets are like Apple Pie, they look better with that "HOMEMADE" look---
    KDad Hungry

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    • DaWizard
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      And here I anticipated you saying "they look better with that homemade vanilla ice cream atop them".

  • #4
    Apple Pie without cheese is like a HUG without a SQUEEZE!
    Bill W.

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    • #5
      Mitch,
      Who makes the tool and where can I purchase it?

      Mike

      Michael
      1928 speedster
      1929 closed cab p/u
      1930 standard roadster
      1931 deluxe tudor sedan
      1967 ss/rs conv.camaro

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      • #6
        Here's another option for the semi tubular rivets. I purchased a rivet tool a couple of weeks ago and used it with great results on a inner window channel. The channel inside the door had been torn out on a 29CC pickup and was missing. I was able to find another original replacement piece. I have the support bracket riveted to the window channel and ready to go back in. In this case, the C clamp type rivet tool would not work since I will have to reach inside the door with the tool to form the rivets. I made a very small bucking bar to fit the head of the rivet but you could probably use a flat piece of metal since these 5/32" rivets are so lightweight. The tool runs about $25 at most of the A vendors.
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        • Mitch
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          Dan that is a good idea, thanks for sharing it!

      • #7
        Hey Mitch, forgive my ignorance, but what is the use of the center piece on your rivet tool?
        You wana look waaay far up da road and plan yer route because the brakes are far more of a suggestion than a command!

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        • Mitch
          Mitch commented
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          watch the video on the link below

      • #8
        Originally posted by Mike View Post
        Mitch,
        Who makes the tool and where can I purchase it?

        Mike


        Mike check this place out, you want the 5/32 dies (pony 3 way 3225)
        http://tubularrivetclincher.yolasite.com/
        3 ~ Tudor's
        Henry Ford said
        "It's all nuts and bolts"


        Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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        • #9
          thank you buddy
          Michael
          1928 speedster
          1929 closed cab p/u
          1930 standard roadster
          1931 deluxe tudor sedan
          1967 ss/rs conv.camaro

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          • Mitch
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            You can always borrow mine,, it's just sitting there

        • #10
          they are out of stock for now.
          Michael
          1928 speedster
          1929 closed cab p/u
          1930 standard roadster
          1931 deluxe tudor sedan
          1967 ss/rs conv.camaro

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        • #11
          ok I will do that tomorrow! thanks again.
          Michael
          1928 speedster
          1929 closed cab p/u
          1930 standard roadster
          1931 deluxe tudor sedan
          1967 ss/rs conv.camaro

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          • #12
            I use one of these. http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalo...p?recfer=23513

            Bob
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            • #13
              YOUSE are the Guys that keep the Tool Trucks in business!
              KDad Broke

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