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3097. 1-1/8" long:
3098. 11" long, this tool has two blades at 90 degrees from each other:
3099. 3" long:
3100. 24" long:
3101. 10" long, the wooden base pivots and can be locked in place with the lever:
3102. 2-1/2" long, take a look at Neatorama for more guesses and a chance to win a T-shirt.
3097. This is part of a combination square:
The location of the part on the tool is indicated by the arrow:
The small part on the end fits into this groove on the rule:
3098. This Techniflex tool is probably a hand miter, for cutting some type of material at a 45 degree angle:
3099. No answer yet for these items:
3100. This is a small version of a hurdle, which is a portable fence that could be used to make temporary pens for livestock that were at the market. It was part of a display of hurdle making tools at the Sellars Gallery.
3101. No answer yet:
3102. This is an ice cleat for attaching to the heel of a shoe.
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Thursday, February 6, 2014
Posted by Rob H. at 4:00 AM
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3097. Shelf support tab.ReplyDelete
3102. Nonslip oversole you screw onto the heel of your boot for walking on ice.
3097 Lock for a combination square.ReplyDelete
3102: attachable heel crampon for walking on ice?ReplyDelete
3099 Male high current electrical contact.ReplyDelete
3097 - a bolt to secure a panel that can't be drilled through, a shelf, pane of glass, etcReplyDelete
3102 - agreeing with others that it's a detachable boot cleat
3098 - Hog snoot cutterReplyDelete
3100 is a gate hurdle, made from ash or chestnut. They where used for temporary fencing and animal pens/enclosures. The tool below is a twybil, which is used to cut the mortice holes for the rail tenons to fit in. One end of this is a sharp blade the other end is a square bent chisel like end for levering out the wood waste.ReplyDelete
The gate hurdles are usually made about 5-6 foot long and 4 foot in height
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3099: It could be a safety device for radio lamps in case of explosionReplyDelete