Thursday, January 1, 2009

Set 265

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1501. 55" tall:




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1502. 1-3/8" long:































1503. 7-1/2" long, another unidentified tool:





















1504. 14" long x 6" diameter:


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1505. 2-1/2" diameter:


























1506. 7" long, patented in 1885:

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15 comments:

  1. 1501 Dry Waller stilt
    1502 Grounding Connection
    1504 Hair Roller/Curler

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  2. Thanks, Leonard da Vinci ! hehe



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  3. 1504 - filter from a well water pump or maybe a well sandpoint

    1501 - for twisting rope or fencing wire, maybe?

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  4. 1506 - woodworker's marking guage? or maybe a guide for sharpening chisels or planes?

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  5. 1502 is a split bolt, for splicing wire. the free ends of the wire are brought into the split and the nut is tightened so that the wires are held tightly.

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  6. 1501 is for tightening fences
    1502 is a wire spice
    1504 is a suction strainer for a pump when used in a pond or river

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  7. 1501 --dunno right name, but it looks like a thing for twisting strands of stuff (hemp, cotton, flax) into rope).

    1502 Wire nut (I think that's the name) for connecting large-gauge wires (like the ones on poles leading to your house) together.
    Somebody said "split bolt"--that's right.

    1503 screen for a pump inlet of some kind -- I'm guessing food grade.

    1505 is going to be something to do with pipe-line operation, I bet.

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  8. It's Friday evening 10pm EST->I need the answers! What, are you in the Hawaii time zone or something?

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  9. It still Thursday in many USAian Time zones.

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  10. Correct answers so far:

    1501. Wire fence machine

    1502. Split bolt connector

    1504. Strainer for pumping water from lakes or rivers

    I usually post the answer page on Friday before 7:00 PM EST.

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  11. 1505 is an individual projectile from a "cluster bomb"

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  12. 1504 is the strainer from a fire engine suction hose.

    1502 is a "Burndy" connector, sometimes called a "Bug" used to connect two electrical conductors together.

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  13. OMG what is 1506?

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    1. There is a link to the answers just below that particular tool.

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