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It's a cast "ASO" anvil- It may be better than nothing at all, but for that much money you could do much better elsewhere.

In fact, if it were me living in your area, I'd jump on the CL deal right now(!!) for the 187# Trenton listed in Flagstaff for $325.

That Jet "anvil" is not even worth mentioning versus a quality-made anvil like that Trenton.

Take a nice drive and go get an anvil that will last you a lifetime, don't waste your money on that Jet.


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55 pounds it pretty light for a smithing anvil too.  As cast iron it's worth as an anvil is probably 50 cents a pound and so their nearly $3 a pound is on the outrageously high side..  Last time I bought a 55# ASO I paid US$28 *new* at the HF store----we made it into a camp stove to take to Quad-State; the face drilled like *butter*.

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