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Guess The Tool

Discussion in 'Garage' started by Blue Ox, May 12, 2018.

  1. Josh Helm

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    Well I covered up viscometer that was labeled on the side ... just threw one up ... lol
     
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    In 10th grade I was in ag and instructor showed us how to castrate a bull. Had a couple of us hold him down while he slit his sack open pulled the balls out. Stretched them out and sniped the tubes and they snapped back in the sack. Then he threw some powder on the open sack. Said let him up. That bull kicked the fuckin shit out of him!! Lol

    I had to laugh and think that is what I'd have done to somebody that cut my nuts off like that.
     
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    That’s how I found it so fast. Asking my friend Google+image+company name= the answer I had no clue in the first place what it was
     
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  4. Josh Helm

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    Cheating ... guess I should did better lol
     
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    Here is one. I will give you a hint. It's homemade I'm too cheap to go buy tools .


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    Looks like You dressed down the screw head so it would fit inside of the retainer of a slide hammer seal puller.
     
  7. Josh Helm

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    Yep I have done that ... but without the slide hammer lol
     
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    Decking pre-final screw???
     
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    OK I was rebuilding a starter for my Sierra last week . GM put it together with Inverted torx screws usually you just get those with a 6 point socket but this one was recessed to deep. So this is a home made inverted torx bit made from a deck screw.

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    Redneck ingenuity!!! WIN!!!
     
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    Here is something that I picked up at an auction in a box with some gear pullers. I have no idea what it is used for, looks like some kind of holder or jig. Any ideas?

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    Bearing race remover ... for taking races of shafts or spindles
     
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    Well damm. I would have never guessed a cable splicing tool. Don't have a clue how it would work. I tried to look it up on the internet a couple of years ago, but got no hits.
     
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