|Today 06:42 PM|
|BruceKoukalaka||You got it JoeG although Dave57210 was close in a PM. In the Austin Somersets the jack is set through the floor beside the driver's or passenger seat and requires a BSW nut driver and there is no room to put a spanner wrench there. The lugnuts are 11/16" but the jack is very odd sized. It is 1/2 BSW.|
|Today 06:29 PM|
Did this tool come with the car?
|Today 06:20 PM|
To remove hood so you can find the electrical short..lol
I think it might be a manual start handle.
|Today 05:45 PM|
|Joe G||Jack handle|
|Today 01:59 PM|
Ok so here's the tool, it has a specific job for a British car,
|Today 01:09 PM|
|BruceKoukalaka||Sorruy about the time delay in getting the picture up, I'll have it this afternoon as I have to dig the car out to get to it .|
|12-07-2013 03:13 AM|
|BruceKoukalaka||The only reason I know about the bead hammers is I use them still. however the rim hammers that I used in the past are very similarly designed. I'll do a picture of a tool tomorrow as I can't get to it tonight.|
|12-06-2013 02:13 PM|
OK Bruce give us a good one!
|12-06-2013 12:21 PM|
|BruceKoukalaka||Almost looks like a bead breaker, but perhaps to straighten rims?|
|12-06-2013 09:20 AM|
I always wait until a real cold day to whack my thumb with a hammer. That way I can see Jesus quicker.
|12-06-2013 09:10 AM|
the correct name is a Pein hammer,we just call them Sledge hammers around here
Their use is for knocking iff thumb nails , or that's is what I do with them.
|12-06-2013 07:41 AM|
Nope it's not a Smithy's hammer nor is it for whacking knock-offs. Traditionally a brass or bronze hammer is used on wheel knock-offs. And as far as the witty retort from Dragonoake, "hitting" would be the improper terminology for what this tool is used for. That was hint #1.
|12-05-2013 10:34 PM|
|327 / 350 hp||
that hammer is used by blacksmiths in steel work
|12-05-2013 09:59 PM|
Knock-off spinner remover?
|12-05-2013 09:43 PM|
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