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Old 02-12-2014, 12:34 PM
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Nope, But a lot of you will be groaning when it is revealed. Another hint; 1 ton truck. used to remove/install an essential part.

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Another hint; 1 ton truck. used to remove/install an essential part.
Like a diesel feed line?
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Nope the same tool can be used on gas engined vehicles as well.
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I just read the last post and it should have read Essential PARTS. Sorry about that but my wife was talking and I got messed up, didn't hear her much either... Something about turn the stove on at...
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Ok so I'll give the answer, the tool is used to remove and replace the brake shoe hold down spring on rear drums.
http://www.justanswer.com/uploads/s4...um_brakes_.jpg

The last time i bought one Snap on was selling the correct one for close to $100
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Ok so I'll give the answer, the tool is used to remove and replace the brake shoe hold down spring on rear drums.
http://www.justanswer.com/uploads/s4...um_brakes_.jpg

The last time i bought one Snap on was selling the correct one for close to $100
No wonder I didn't recognize it! I always use a notched screwdriver!

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For that matter still do.
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Ok, I have one for you, what were these made for? Being we are on the guess what I did to do ?



Bonus if you can guess what the chisel is made out of. If I knew I had never posted this before I would send you a crisp $20 by guessing it but I think I have posted it before. Hell, I would send you $50 if you guessed it, that would be worth the entertainment!

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Ok, I have one for you, what were these made for? Being we are on the guess what I did to do ?



Bonus if you can guess what the chisel is made out of. If I knew I had never posted this before I would send you a crisp $20 by guessing it but I think I have posted it before. Hell, I would send you $50 if you guessed it, that would be worth the entertainment!

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Brian: Take the $50.00 use it for part of the cost - take your wife out for Valentines Dinner!
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Vice grips are used as a panel flanger,
the chisel is made from a cross bar for parking brakes on an AD chevy
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Brian: Take the $50.00 use it for part of the cost - take your wife out for Valentines Dinner!
Did I tell you before? I'm still taking my wife out!


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Vice grips are used as a panel flanger,
the chisel is made from a cross bar for parking brakes on an AD chevy
Nope and nope. And they work together remember.

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Old 02-14-2014, 08:51 PM
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Ok, I'll give you a hint, I was working on a Model A at the time. The chisel, it's made from the windshield post from a 1922 Buick.

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DING! A teeny bell just went off - now that you post it, I do rememebr you once having said you made the chisel from the Buick windshield post!
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Yeah, I have, I'll give it to you, this is obviously not a "trivia" question but a "what do you think I could rake up out my brain" question.

The pliers have the pieces welded on them to clamp around the bead on a 31 Model A fender and the chisel was to hit right above the bead to reform the bead. It worked damn good as I just about metal finished this fender bead, it was crushed and I just about pulled it off with no filler.

Anyway, take the floor who ever has a good question.

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This fit 3 years only ,what is it and what years
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