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And you just lost the argument when you couldn't keep it civil.[/B]
I guess your not even mature enough to see i've been talking to you as a regular human and not judging you, you seem to have tried to drop "thats not how the world works" various times as if you are measuring our life accomplishments.

"That's not how the world works"

Is a statement of the perspective I have on how the world works.

Calling someone "junior" is a weak attempt at implying because you are (or aren't) older than someone makes you superior to them, which is attacking the person ('s age) ie personal attack.
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I think this argument/discussion/pissing contest whatever you wanna call it should probably end and move forward and get back to discussing hammers and vices. Agree to disagree.
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"That's not how the world works"

Is a statement of the perspective I have on how the world works.

Calling someone "junior" is a weak attempt at implying because you are (or aren't) older than someone makes you superior to them, which is attacking the person ('s age) ie personal attack.
Your statement of perspective of how the world works is negated by the fact of how the world works
You can have your own opinions, just remember facts outweigh opinions.
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I think this argument/discussion/pissing contest whatever you wanna call it should probably end and move forward and get back to discussing hammers and vices. Agree to disagree.

Agreed.
let's also try to avoid faulty prone to failure services also smile.gif
  
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I think this argument/discussion/pissing contest whatever you wanna call it should probably end and move forward and get back to discussing hammers and vices. Agree to disagree.

This. Arguing on the internet is pretty pointless, I'm just a sucker for it for some reason.
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Oh wow, people come up with some crazy stuff. But hey if it works! I would be worried about squeezing the lid too tight with the vice and changing the diameter of it.
    
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Oh wow, people come up with some crazy stuff. But hey if it works! I would be worried about squeezing the lid too tight with the vice and changing the diameter of it.

The IHS looks wimpy but you'll see it's quite chunky once you get it off. You'd have to be seriously cranking down the vice to deform it.
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Oh wow, people come up with some crazy stuff. But hey if it works! I would be worried about squeezing the lid too tight with the vice and changing the diameter of it.


As long as you use some common sense then the worst you're going top do is leave a few marks on the side of the IHS. This can easily be fixed with a file though. I don't think the actual size of the IHS matters, as long as the die will fit inside it and the top is flat for the cooler or block to make contact.
     
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This is awesome, I wish I would have known about this method before I took a razor blade to mine. I just want to say kudos to the guy who pulled out his hammer and said "this should work". Also, for anybody that has "damaged" the IHS with the vice: Its ok to lap the top of the IHS, its solid copper under that shiny silver cote. I damaged mine with the vicegrips I used to hold it still while I violated it with a razor. 1600 grit sandpaper gives a pretty silky smooth surface!
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