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Old 10-30-2013, 07:42 PM
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It is not deep enough to put a crank in. ..

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is their a patten number on it. i have looked around a little and for some reason or another farm equipment pops up on my searches.
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Highly unlikely, it looks far too crude to do anything requiring precision. It's some sort of jig to hold something firmly in place to be worked on???

If you read the Wiki it's possibly from the WW11 era.

Maybe it's a device to squeeze the brains out of a politician's head?
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Highly unlikely, it looks far too crude to do anything requiring precision. It's some sort of jig to hold something firmly in place to be worked on???

If you read the Wiki it's possibly from the WW11 era.

Maybe it's a device to squeeze the brains out of a politician's head?
Usually none to squeeze. Normally their instinctive reaction is to say"I'll vote for yours if you vote for mine." Followed by" Gimmy the money"

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Usually none to squeeze. Normally their instinctive reaction is to say"I'll vote for yours if you vote for mine." Followed by" Gimmy the money"

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Well, of course. I thought they always asked for the money first!
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It's obviously some sort of press ...for a straight front axle King Pin / Steering Knuckle perhaps?

It might be worth giving these guys a call?

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