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1603. 8-1/2" long, the cap on the end can be removed so that a battery can be inserted, more guesses on the this device can be seen at Neatorama:
1604. Submitted by a visitor who found these unidentified pieces of hardware half buried in the ground while cleaning up beside the highway. They are about 24" in diameter and weigh around 50lb each:
1605. 5-1/2" tall:
1606. 7" long:
1607. 3-1/4" long, sent in by a visitor:
1608. Approximately 20" long:
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Thursday, April 30, 2009
Posted by Rob H. at 4:00 AM
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1606 Log splitting axe head with built in pivoting wedges.ReplyDelete
1607 Shower curtain hangers.
1605 A dispenser used with motor oil in cans. Lid would pierce the can top when closing.ReplyDelete
1604 Sprockets from a chain drive truck. One worn out, one not.ReplyDelete
1608 A rim expander used to install demountable rims in early automobile tires.ReplyDelete
1603 Somebody on Neatorama got the answer to this one.ReplyDelete
1604 ARE DRIVE SPROCKETS FOR AN OLD BULLDOZER...YES, ONE IS WORN OUT!ReplyDelete
Correct answers so far:ReplyDelete
1604. Track vehicle sprockets
1605. Can opener, but not for oil
1606. Wood splitting axe
1680. Automobile rim tool
1605 - beer can opener / pitcher -- can goes in, close the lid then pourReplyDelete