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Old 01-16-2022, 11:49 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by rslifkin View Post
Shank strength is one of the big differences between the cheaper Danforths (and cheap copies) vs the higher quality ones. There's a reason the Fortress or the high tensile Danforth cost a multiple of what the cheap ones do.

I absolutely agree on not liking them for a primary though. For the conditions where they're good, nothing will beat them. But they're not great across a wide range of conditions.
Had a high tensile Danforth what had a slightly bent (unusable) shaft given to me.

Luckily we had a good hydraulic press at work.

My point was, yes they hold very well, so well they won't breakout well enough to keep from destroying them more than one would think.
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