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Old 05-06-2013, 02:29 AM   #1
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dad had a bunch of rigid tools. is it part of one? this is heavy.
or, looks like it threads on to something. im thinking scafolding?

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Can we get a picture of the bottom...maybe also that we can see back side too?

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I'm thinking farm machinery

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some sort of clevis.

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i'll pop some more tomorrow.

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its a clevis for the the end of a hydrulic cylinder

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rifleman1 is correct it is the end of a hydraulic cylinder.........

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what does a hyd. cyl do? whats the application?
im thinking snow plow?
its all dad would have had that was hydralic.
or...he played with turning his pickup into a dumper.

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we run them on our loader trucks for heavy lifting. the clevis point allows for pivoting.

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heres the end of one of my loaders with a cylinder
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