Old 08-11-2012   #3676
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next-5-1/2in. tall
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Erm it's a brass weight.


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Correct Wombler a brass weight

next-7-1/2in. long
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Oh is it for sowing seeds?


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Close enough wombler -Text on this tool reads "Mark's Grain Tester", in use grain is placed into the tool which is then shook to get the grain into the smaller holes, the middle part is a knife, it is drawn across the grain to cut it in two, it could then be examined for toughness, frost, or vermin, see line 75 in patent number 1,622,515 for more detailed instructions.
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Is it literally a fire dog ? Or a fire place ornament ?
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Sorry weedougie that's not the answer I have.
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Is it an ornamental knob?


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I guess you could call it that . According to the owner of it this is a dog's head faucet handle: ornamental yes ,knob yes.
how about this one:14in. long
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It looks like some sort of a tire/tyre tool. Probably for old spoke wheels. The long piece across the top is for getting rubber tires off and on the rim.
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No there not anything for cars or trucks Ivan.sorry
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Valve tool for various meters Water or gas?

On the mountain man hammers . I didn't watch the whole video .
Were they for making the balls ?
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Is it some sort of drill assembly?


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Valve tool for various meters Water or gas?

On the mountain man hammers . I didn't watch the whole video .
Were they for making the balls ?
No they just used them to knock the ball into the barrel,I guess it has to be tight to shoot .Also they said the ball isn't to touch the sides of the barrel a patch is pushed just inside the barrel and the ball is pushed into the patch and it's so tight they use the horn hammer to knock the ball into the barrel,once it's in they push it the rest of the way down with the rod.(tight fit)

And no on post 3684 it has nothing to do with water meters sorry.
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Ok a hint because I don' think there is a old farm boys out there but post 3684 has something to do with farming.
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Something to do with tractors?


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Well they go with farm equipment - The tool on the lower left is a wrench for turning the nut on the inner end of a tooth in the cylinder of a threshing machine, similar to one posted here back in May, the other two tools are wrenches for unscrewing the teeth, they could also be used for bending the teeth if necessary.

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ok I was having trouble finding another tool had to go though a bunch I have had already used.But I found some and if you think I already posted it let me know but Myce usually will kick it back if I already used it.
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I can confirm your problem Marylod will look into it, might be tomorrow!
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Should be fixed now, can you confirm? Thanks for reporting!!!
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Looks like a new and improved shoe horn.
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Sorry Ivan it's not a shoe horn
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ok here's a hint for post 3697 -it's used to retrieve something.
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