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Today 12:13 AM
Dave57210 OK - I'll 'fess up - I knew it all along.

It's a mutant Gecko, (4 heads and one tail) hiding out from "that" insurance company, so they can't use him in one of their ads.

He has disguised himself for that photo, but can clearly be seen if you know how to look........
Yesterday 11:04 PM
boothboy An open reply to the previous, and quite ingenious, answers posed by the alumni of the HR trevia maniacs.

No, no,NOnono,no,and finally No.

Here's a hint:

It is not a wrench for adjusting Shankers.

BB
Yesterday 05:29 PM
Too Many Projects Looks like a combination lug nut wrench and tire spoon for changing tires on the road. Not sure what the swivel end is for......maybe it fits the axle nut for re-greasing the leather "bearing"...
Yesterday 05:03 PM
MARTINSR I was thinking a Model A code reader?

Brian
Yesterday 04:56 PM
Dave57210 Its obviously a *****-it tool for pinching fingers when trying to use it!
Yesterday 04:44 PM
Joe G OK, seriously this time..

Is it a brake adjuster wrench for an old Ford with mechanical brakes, like this '31 AA?

Yesterday 03:28 PM
boothboy
Quote:
Originally Posted by Joe G View Post
Model T serpentine belt tool.
Man! I can't put anything over you!!

No.

BB
Yesterday 12:21 PM
Joe G Model T serpentine belt tool.
Yesterday 12:03 PM
boothboy Please excuse me for jumping in here but when I found that tire spreader in the Old Mans Tool Box I came across these also.
What are the and what do they do?

BB
Yesterday 11:52 AM
Too Many Projects Don't have any good stumpers to add, so someone jump in.
09-01-2014 10:26 PM
MARTINSR Wild!

Brian
09-01-2014 10:11 PM
boothboy
Quote:
Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
It's a tire spreader.
Yep.

BB
09-01-2014 08:17 PM
Too Many Projects It's a tire spreader.
09-01-2014 07:00 PM
boothboy
Quote:
Originally Posted by sprecher48 View Post
I think it might have something to do with spreading an inner tube to put a patch on it.
Good guess but no.

BB
09-01-2014 06:00 PM
sprecher48
wazzit?

I think it might have something to do with spreading an inner tube to put a patch on it.
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