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    Posted 2 years ago

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    I think a Deere tool before the John Deere logo. Still in pretty good shape. I did dust it off a little.
    Can’t find any like it but may be looking in wrong place.
    Was going to paint it but not really sure what color? JD Green or not at all.
    Must be an implement tool or maybe a tractor tool box wrench for small motor stuff?
    Need the help of s JD expert. Thanks for any advice

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    1. fortapache fortapache, 2 years ago
      Plenty of companies other than John Deere made these. There are other people here who are better informed than me. Look up John Deere multi tool wrench in google images and see if you come up with anything.
    2. UncleRon UncleRon, 2 years ago
      Best not to paint it. A serious collector will just have to strip your paint off later.
    3. lzenglish, 1 year ago
      Hey Trooper, you found a good one. This is an old, #A-196-A , John Deere Tractor Wrench, circa 1911-1912. These are referred to as "Cut-out Wrenches".

    4. AirborneTrooper AirborneTrooper, 1 year ago
      Thanks Izenglish. Appreciate your comments. I’m adding this to my collection.
    5. lzenglish, 1 year ago
      Your Welcome !

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