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Old 07-14-2011, 12:49 PM   #1
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Best I can come up with is that it's some sort of key. The boy found it in the back yard today. Looks useful, but it's a complete mystery to me.


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Old 07-14-2011, 01:04 PM   #2
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Looks like a reamer to me.


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I won't ask......
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eeeek.....
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It's a tool to remove a broken sprinkler riser for your sprinkler system.
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WELL...At least that takes the ..EEEEEK...Factor-out......
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It's a tool to remove a broken sprinkler riser for your sprinkler system.
Truly? neither me or my direct neighbors have a sprinkler system...
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Truly? neither me or my direct neighbors have a sprinkler system...
Well somebody in the neighborhood does or they have a gardner. Who knows maybe a kid found it in the street and was throwing it around.

The actual name of the tool is a 1/2" & 3/4" Nipple extractor / stub wrench.
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Truly? neither me or my direct neighbors have a sprinkler system...
Truly.

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Mystery solved. Thanks, guys. The odd thing is that it was found in my back yard and there is absolutely no way it got accidentally thrown back there. Oh well, I have a new tool.


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