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    Posted 5 months ago

    rustythisa…
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    Just looking for some information on this old wrench I found digging around at thrift store. Pentagon shaped on one end with open end on other. Approx 9 inches.

    Anyone have info about it?

    Thanks!

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    1. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 5 months ago
      This is what I found on this Site :

      https://ozwrenches.com/sales-motorbikes.htm

      BSA Spanner (#2) combination box open ended spanner with the stacked arms logo, no date code.
      Ref: BSA-2-Combo

      It's Similar anyway! Hope it Helps! Or an Idea on what to look for! Good Luck! :^)
    2. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 5 months ago
      Also maybe easier calling it Hexagon What it is, not Pentagon, and What size is the opening?
    3. rustythisandthat rustythisandthat, 5 months ago
      Thanks Bill! That's helpful to see another similar tool. I actually just found this as well: http://alloy-artifacts.org/fairmount-tool-forging.html

      Neither of the open ended sided from what you or
      I found look exactly like the wrench I have though so I'm still curious ????!

    4. rustythisandthat rustythisandthat, 5 months ago
      Ah yes, hexagon* Woops.
    5. fortapache fortapache, 5 months ago
      Some people call these tractor tools. Although they may or may not be used for a tractor. There were various multi tools like this that would come with various pieces of equipment.

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