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    Posted 3 years ago

    Dave_Sandra
    (48 items)

    Swedish Atlas Copco sliding wrench. edison screw mount radiant heater and an American Pin extractor
    unearthed in a box in the shed together with a vintage button hook made in USA advertising shoe shine
    products and rubber heels
    This is the stuff you find when you are a hoarder and start to tidy up in "Lockdown"
    How did they end up in rural Scotland?

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    17" Valley Pro AMERICAN HICKORY Woo...
    $32
    CUSTOM HANDMADE FORGED DAMASCUS STEEL AXE HEAD VIKING HATCHET TOMAHAWK 932
    CUSTOM HANDMADE FORGED DAMASCUS STE...
    $59
     STAINLESS STEEL BEARDED AXE / HATCHET METAL GUARD CUSTOM MADE HANDLE
    STAINLESS STEEL BEARDED AXE / HATC...
    $88
    1x Vintage Octopus Door Knobs Handles
    1x Vintage Octopus Door Knobs Handl...
    $12
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    17" Valley Pro AMERICAN HICKORY Woo...
    $32
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    Comments

    1. lptools, 3 years ago
      Hello, Great group of items. Love the wrench!! What is the American Pin extractor? Or, what is it used for? Thanks, Lou
    2. Dave_Sandra Dave_Sandra, 3 years ago
      The pin extractor is for working on cycle chains and is known as a dual bench model which can be used to adjust tight links and remove rivets for link removal length adjustment etc. These tools are sold in various models and there is a "How To" on the tinterweb
      The wrench is brilliantly engineered and is a one handed operation. Place it on the nut or bolt head , slide the lightly sprung jaw with your thumb and follow with the sliding hood to lock the jaw in place.
      It just works!

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