Thursday, November 12, 2009

Set 310

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1771. Approximately 10" long, also explain the significance of the numbers, which range from 16 to 40. Take a look at Neatorama for more guesses on this device and a chance to win some prizes.

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1772. 25" long:

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1773. Submitted by visitor who is looking to identify this item that has "Stanley Made in USA" stamped on it, the main body of it is 3-1/4" tall:
























1774. Another unidentified device sent in by a visitor, his description of it:
7-3/4" long, 2" wide and 2-3/4" high. Appears to be made of cast iron and steel. A latch opens on top with a spring-loaded handle. There is a grease fitting (visible in the "closed" view) which opens into the cylindrical recess seen in the "open" view. The two holes seen in the bottom view are threaded.

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1775. 29" tall:



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1776. About 1-3/4" diameter:

















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7 comments:

  1. 1772. Cast iron trough holds water and is used to test inner tubes for air leaks both before and after patching.

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  2. 1771. Combination egg candler and scale. Eggs are rated by ounces per dozen, so the scale shows the actual weight times 12.

    - Edward

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  3. 1771. I agree egg scale/candeler

    1772. is for soaking wooden wagon wheels in oil (such as linseed oil)

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  4. 1776 - Model airplane engine.

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  5. 1776 looks like an ohllson and rice .60 cubic inch spark ignition model airplane engine.

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  6. 1775: Fence post extractor, the little pegs would dig into the post to help pull it.

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