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1561. The wooden part is 6-1/4" long:
1562. 36" long:
1563. 20" long, 7" inside diameter, take a look at Neatorama for more guesses on this tool:
From O'neal Lee's collection
1565. 6" long:
1566. 7-1/2" long:
The two parts on the end look the same but are at different angles:
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Thursday, March 12, 2009
Posted by Rob H. at 4:00 AM
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1565 Gas engine valve seating tool with interchangeable head.ReplyDelete
1562 looks like a chain link fence stretcher.ReplyDelete
1566 Wrench to open drumsReplyDelete
1564 is a clothes wringer?ReplyDelete
Seemed obvious to me, surprised no one else has posted it. Maybe I'm wrong, or maybe this blog is read by a lot of men who take laundry technology for granted!
Two correct answers so far:ReplyDelete
1565 Gas engine valve seating tool with interchangeable head.
1562 a chain link fence stretcher.
Even us ignorant men recognize that 1564 is no ordinary clothes ringer. Look at the shape of the rollers. That wringer is designed for some special purpose...ReplyDelete
1561 Lifting handle for early storage batteries.ReplyDelete
Blondin, I noticed that but dismissed it as warping of the roller material over time.... oh well. Try again next week I will.ReplyDelete