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duane

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last month's was the electrician's screwdriver with the attachment on the blade for removing burrs from cut conduit.
this month's is somme type of special tool made by KRD TOOL, TOLEDO OHIO #2030. at first I thought it was some type of car spring compressor. but it has other attachments with dial readings and rods that fit in different holes. might not be for automotive use?
hope the pictures are attached. I am still having trouble getting the hang of it!



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    duane

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    additional picture



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    wdsmith

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    Could this be a stop from a screw machine or turrent lathe?

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    duane

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    I should have shown the size and weight of this thing. It is about 2 feet in length, and about 1 foot in width, and weighs about 25 lbs.

    If you need more information on the tool, just ask! Check the additional picture I added

    Might be fun to have a mystery tool each month!

    Duane (Garagehermit)

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    hudsonot

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    LOOKS LIKE AN ALIGNMENT TOOL OF SOME SORT. It has hooks and and long bolts so it could, (possibly) be used to compress automotive coil springs for r&r.

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    hudsonot

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    LOOKS LIKE AN ALIGNMENT TOOL OF SOME SORT. It has hooks and and long bolts so it could, (possibly) be used to compress automotive coil springs for r&r.

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    tinbasher1028

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    Hi Guys: From what I can see you've got a wheel alignment swing gauge for caster and camber. Probably from the 40's or 50's.

    John Poole

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    stingshp

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    I'm going with Johns guess ,I know I've run acroos that tool somewhere over the yeras . To futher narrow it down through the numbers ,I'd say Dodge/ Ply factory tools
    . GordonB

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