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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Johnny Wishbone, Nov 3, 2009.

  1. Johnny Wishbone
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    the tool ratchets and is reversable. the end seems to have a hardened point on it. It's about the size of a long handle 3/8" drive ratchet. I have no clue

    John
     
  2. Billybobdad
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  3. CJ Steak
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    from Texas

    I wouldn't touch it if I were you...
     
  4. Johnny Wishbone
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    it seems im too stupid to put a pic on here, and I cant find the fucking delete button. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaagggggggggggggggghhhhhhh! help?
     

  5. CJ Steak
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    lol... email the pic to me and i'll post it up for ya.

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  6. hotrod-Linkin
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    pics aren't working well at the moment. ryan is working on it.
     
  7. CJ Steak
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    I'll also add that from your description you've got yourself a dentist's drill. :p
     
  8. Johnny Wishbone
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  9. Johnny Wishbone
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    Well I tried to put a pic on another way, but no good so I sent them to you, Chris.
     
  10. CJ Steak
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    I'd say it's a turn of the century crack pipe...

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  11. Yep! thats it..... have not seen one of them for a while,,,,
     
  12. stealthcruiser
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    It's a rust covered Anacanapanastan, Left Hander's version.
     
  13. dbradley
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    I wondered what happened to that.......... where did you find it?
     
  14. some kind of control valve??
     
  15. plym_46
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    Looks like part of a brake gauge like a Miller or Ammco or similar.
     
  16. PRoz
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    Defiantely Metric, must be for one of the foreign jobs.
     
  17. Johnny Wishbone
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    Hey Chris, thanks for putting up the pics for me! It also has the name The Keystone company, Buffalo N.Y. on the handle. It looks like a tool or handle might go in the 4 holes near the pointed tip. I bought it at a swap meet for a buck about 8 years ago, and I've asked a ton of people and so far all I got is it may be a railroad tool. I thought it would be fun to figure out, but now it's driving me nutty. Also I found one at an estate sale that looked exactly the same but was 2'6" long. This one is about 10" and the people at the estate sale had no idea what it was either

    John
     
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  19. willymakeit
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    Its for reaming out assholes in hobby horses.
     
  20. skajaquada
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    Looks like the super duper accessory handle for a certain original jack...doubles the value of the jack instantly
     
  21. lippy
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    I honestly don't know what it is. It's the nicest one I've ever seen though. I always wanted one. :D
     
  22. I Drag
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    Hammer. Brass hammer. Ratcheting, brass hammer.
     
  23. RichG
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    It looks like the "handle" is hollow, is the threaded part inside the knurled part hollow also? the end of the "handle" looks like a slip fit you might find on a burner assembly...
     
  24. oldgoaly
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    For setting the pre-load on your muffler bearings.....
     
  25. lippy
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    I'll ask Frank Feldman.
     
  26. RichG
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    ...dang, the power of the Hamb!
     
  27. .C.D.O.
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    if I had to guess I would say some sort of impact driver? whata yall think? hammer to the top?
     
  28. lostn51
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    Its listed under hand drills but I will be damned if I can find anything on that page that says exactly what it is for. But at least we know about the patent and the category it was filed under.
     

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