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an odd tool in some parts i got. what is it?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by chopo, Jan 26, 2013.

  1. chopo
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    came with some a stuff i bought any thoughts...
     

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  2. 1ton
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    Looks like a muffler bearing setter.
     
  3. 54nomore
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    It looks like it could be for removing valve seat inserts, but I've never seen one quite like that.
     
  4. chopo
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    Looks like a muffler bearing setter.
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  5. 56premiere
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    It is to put the grommet around door handle on 30s cars maybe older and newer
     
  6. A seal remover? HRP
     
  7. TagMan
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    56premiere has got it! It's a door handle ferrule crimping tool. I have one I used for installing handle ferrules on my '37 Chevy coupe.
     
  8. mr.chevrolet
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  9. ...this is exactly what it is.
     
  10. Mopar Jack
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    Flux capassder....
     
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    I thought it looked like it could be used to remove a bearing race
     
  12. :confused: WTF? Are you guys serious? Is that really what it is and how the hell did you know that? I've been around a long time and I didn't even know such a tool existed.

    How does it work? Is it for the outside door handle ferrules?

    Damn! Sometimes you guys piss me off with all the stuff that you know.:D
     
  13. paul55
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    yes, it's for ext. door ferrules. It is used to put a few raised areas just inside the door skin to hold it in place and keep from spinning. Can't squeeze too hard or will puncture the ferrule. The threaded ring is to adjust the depth.
     
  14. A guy over on the Fordbarn has one exactly like it. :D
    He wants to know what it is too.
     
  15. 56premiere
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    Well I knew because I've been around a long time.Now go tell the guy at ford barn and you can be his mentor:D
     
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    Cosmo
     
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  18. rocketsled59
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    I use one at work frequently. However I'd never seen one before I started restoring early buicks.
     
  19. 56premiere
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    I have actually never used one,but have needed one several times.I am sure it would have saved time. jack
     
  20. Moonequipt13
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    Attaches to the end of a rope to allow lifting donkeys out of wells
     
  21. lawman
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    I think you all are all wrong !! It's a tent lock and can be used
    for bending creek's !!!!
     

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