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Today 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.

Today 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"...
Today 05:03 PM
MARTINSR I was thinking a Model A code reader?

Today 04:56 PM
Dave57210 Its obviously a *****-it tool for pinching fingers when trying to use it!
Today 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?

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


Today 12:21 PM
Joe G Model T serpentine belt tool.
Today 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?

Today 11:52 AM
Too Many Projects Don't have any good stumpers to add, so someone jump in.
Yesterday 10:26 PM

Yesterday 10:11 PM
Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
It's a tire spreader.

Yesterday 08:17 PM
Too Many Projects It's a tire spreader.
Yesterday 07:00 PM
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.

Yesterday 06:00 PM

I think it might have something to do with spreading an inner tube to put a patch on it.
Yesterday 10:41 AM
Originally Posted by CrashFarmer2 View Post
Looks like it's used to hold spark plug wires.
Boy does it ever!


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