Thursday, October 29, 2015

Set 563

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I need to take a breaking from working on this site so there will not be any new posts for a while, I'm not sure when I'll start posting again. If you have an item that you are trying to identify, I will be happy to take a look at it. Feel free to send some photos to me at the address on my profile page.




3248.
-The spikes on this item are around 5" long
-The part holding the spikes can freely rotate on the threaded shaft
-There are two mounting holes on the frame
-Turning the handle raises and lowers the spikes, which can all pivot outwards
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2 comments:

  1. I can only think this item must be a clamp of some sort. I come to this conclusion because it would not be suitable for pulling anyting out more likely used for pushing something down or together.
    It also has me wondering if thier are two parts to it and the secound half is missing.

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