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    Posted 4 months ago

    kingnguyen…
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    I don't know what tool is it and what it used for. It looks like some type of sockets with adjustable jaws. About 3" long, it has a cotton pin to hold 2 parts together.

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    Comments

    1. Trey Trey, 4 months ago
      Welcome to CW :)
    2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 4 months ago
      Don't be so cheap, show the other side please. Are there any markings on it? How long is it? Give us something to work with.
    3. kingnguyen1221, 4 months ago
      Sorry, just uploaded the other side of the part.
    4. lptools, 4 months ago
      The part that you flipped over looks like a drive plug for a female drive ratchet.How about a photo of the other side of the piece with the screw in it?
    5. slackjack, 4 months ago
      That shows both sides .
    6. Motoolz, 4 months ago
      Please consider an adjustable valve grinder. Handle missing, possible one head of several made for one handle. I don,t understand the two "ears" on the square.

    7. AccordionBen AccordionBen, 4 months ago
      It looks like a faceplate or clamp ring remover. Smaller ones like this are used to remove the outer rings clamping older camera lenses together.

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