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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by bobski, May 24, 2013.
ok, i messed up. lets make this 316. tongs of some sort.
Same thing. Once you've started to pull the nail you put it through the hole to get more leverage and finish it off.
i have seen one of those in some of my grandfathers old tools many years ago. but really have no idea as to it's use. would like to find out what it's purpose was. curious.
You posted this one before. I think we are still stumped.
can you find the other one? i lost it in my data dump. i dont have it in my stump list either.
i lost this one too. do you know the number to it? found it...its 287.
Found it. This one is 281.
I don't remember this one. See if this fits in it. It might be a grommet press.
thats 283. not grommet press. i use those all the time.
This one has discoloration from a torch. It must be to hold a pipe in place while you solder.
Looks like old snap ring pliers to me....................
This is a joint separator for automotive ball joints and tie-rod ends.
wish i could find that tie rod seperator pic. i'll give you credit for it if you can. also, can you show it being used in a pic? do they come in different sizes? found it...287.
i'll bet thats what dad used it for. pipes. i may be plain old chemistry test tube tongs?
no...im going to have to put this one back in line as stumped.
its not discolored by fire. the metal is dark and not part of the tool. 303 said snap ring. im going to have to relook at that. look at the clamp area. in closed position, it is still open. look at the claws. hmmmm.......
found some markings on it. K-D NO.430 KO MFG CO, LANCASTER PA
Isn't that a hose clamp crimper? Not the unscrewing type, but the single use type.
you tell me. got a pic of one in use?
Found it. Vehicle door handle spring remover.
It looks like part of a flaring tool set.
holy cow i never would have guessed it!!!!!
mcool gets it and stays in 2nd with 6!!!!