|Today 08:30 AM|
|ntfday||He couldn't find any coon tails.|
|Today 08:13 AM|
Ok, way to simple for you guys but my son just showed me a photo on his phone asking what the heck this thing was he saw on a car on the way home from school.
But I don't want just what it is, why in the heck would anyone use them is the question. I just can't see a need. It would be akin to putting screens on the windows of the cars because of that one time 12 years ago a fly came into the car and went in my mouth while I was talking.
|09-20-2014 04:25 PM|
I didn't drive the cars ,we used these Pancake engines in sand rails and Mud buggies ,the had much more power and better cooling.
|09-20-2014 02:12 PM|
re vw engines
|09-20-2014 09:34 AM|
Looks like you won the brownie button! Do you need a chest to pin it on? LOL
|09-20-2014 09:10 AM|
|09-20-2014 08:59 AM|
A VW Square back (Type III) made into a pickup?
|09-20-2014 08:51 AM|
Can anyone tell what this is?
|09-20-2014 07:40 AM|
Although it might looks like something shankers and lip sores, it is in fact a Blackhawk "Adjusto" Drain Plug wrench. It looks like harposrepair was right on target.
|09-19-2014 08:05 PM|
it looks like a tool that was used to remove tranny or differential fill plugstom
|09-19-2014 12:04 PM|
|09-19-2014 06:35 AM|
|09-19-2014 06:10 AM|
|Too Many Projects|
|09-19-2014 12:34 AM|
If you look closely, it has male and female prongs
|09-18-2014 08:46 PM|
|harposrepair||I had one of those once but I think it may have been made by a different company. I never could find anyone that knew what it was. It appears to be an adjustable tool for fittings like pipe plugs. The one I had was made by Blackhawk.|
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