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Old 12-18-2013, 01:24 AM   #1
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its some kind of combo wrench. but for what?

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Old 12-18-2013, 01:49 AM   #2
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it looks like a shock absorber wrench. it holds the shaft stationary while you either tighten or loosen the nut and washer that hold it down.

i have the sockets that look like this. looks to perform the same function a little differently.

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Odd. Does one socket swivel around the shaft?

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no. but the top one seems like its loose and is adjusted by a allen screw.
what part of the shock needs a wrench?

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Is it pronounced "wrench" or "ranch" ? When I was a kid, they would say hey kid fetch that 9/16s "ranch" over here. I grew up never knowing? So sad.

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Odd. Does one socket swivel around the shaft?
it looks to stay stationary. just two different sizes at different angles.

it fits on the end of the oval shaped end of the shock absorber on the bottom.
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it looks to stay stationary. just two different sizes at different angles.

it fits on the end of the oval shaped end of the shock absorber on the bottom.
Maybe for a door closer?
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here is the socket in use.

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K-D 2333 tool for shock absorbers. Axxe was right.

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bingo. is it for removing them or adjusting them?

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