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Posted 7 years ago


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This openend wrench is 8" long. One end is 1 1/4"by 1 1/8. The jaw isn't that deep, it works well in tight spots. I'm not to sure where I got it. It has been in my roll around for 20 some years. I think it might be a tool accessory from a tablesaw or lathe or ? There is a patent number 624.5430-50 but it hasn't helped me find out when it was made or for what. The letter C in the Craftsman logo continues on the bottom across the other letters. Any information that anyone can give would be greatly appreciated.

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  1. Pat Schoen, 7 years ago
    Send a picture and copy to the Original Equipment Manufacturing group within Danaher Tool (the manufacturer of Craftsman wrenches and sockets) at

    I know they have made Craftsman tools since the '90's but this may pre-date them. However, they may be able to direct you.

    Good luck.


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