newbladesmith Posted March 9, 2010 Share Posted March 9, 2010 So I'm looking to buy my first real anvil. I've only used pieces of rr track in the past so this is a big deal for me. I found one but i can't get any real specs on it. I was wondering if anyone could tell me if they have herd anything good or bad about Centaur Forge and their Cliff Carroll 35lb. anvil. I tried to email the company but have not gotten any response. The only thing that i know is that it's 35lbs. The blurb that they have about it is vague at best. It is written as follows- The 35 pound anvil is designed along similar lines as the ever popular Cliff Carroll 70 pound horseshoer’s anvil. It is used by ranchers, hobbyists, and homeowners alike. For those needing a quality bench-top anvil which can be easily moved around the ranch, shop, or garage, this 35 pound anvil fits the bill. I am looking for something good but i can't spend a fortune on it and this one is only 160$ But i know I'll be using it rather heavily so i want something that i can rely on. I'm looking for a 30 to 50 pound anvil because I want to be able to move it around but until i found this the only affordable one's i could find were cast iron. In other words bookends shaped like anvils. Has anyone herd anything about this company or this anvil or dose anyone know of a site where i can get a good inexpensive anvil. Any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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