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    Posted 2 years ago

    OLBob
    (10 items)

    "Jaws" rescue tool tips for automobiles. And "K" lock removal tool for doors on buildings.
    Firetruck junkyard in winter.
    Harpers newsprint ads for fire insurance and Babcock fire extinguisher.

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    1. lptools, 2 years ago
      Hello, I love the photos!1 How does the lock removal tool work? Thanks, Lou
    2. OLBob OLBob, 2 years ago
      The "K" is slid against the door atop a deadbolt. A halligan tool (specialized firemans prybar) is inserted into a slot on the KTool . Then with a sledge hammer the K is wedged into the deadbolt where-by it can be pried off.
    3. OLBob OLBob, 2 years ago
      I'll add more photos to explain
    4. lptools, 2 years ago
      I've got it!! I'm just a lowly carpenter, but I work with several locksmiths during the day!! They would love that tool. regards, Lou
    5. OLBob OLBob, 2 years ago
      I beg to differ Sir. You are a highly regarded carpenter as HE was. Without you we would all be out in the weather. Very high on the Maslows hierarchy of needs. Besides that carpentry is fun.

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