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Mystery Tool 63

Posted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 2:32 pm
by zelph
It can have 2 more rows of numbers added to it.

I want an answer that is specific to it's use and in what industry.

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Re: Mystery Tool 63

Posted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 6:47 pm
by Irvingdog
It's that tool that lumberjacks used to mark and inventory wood with. Saw one in St. Croix this last summer at lumberjack days! It just occurred to me!! I had to take my kid to the festival. I complained for hours over the drive across the bridge! Nightmare. Looks like it just paid off! :D
/Knew it looked familiar. I just lobbed a guess at first....

Re: Mystery Tool 63

Posted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 11:01 pm
by Ridgerunner
If it's not a tool for marking lumber or phone poles, my guess is that it is used to date or number whiskey barrels.

Re: Mystery Tool 63

Posted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 1:57 pm
by zelph
Irvingdog wrote:It's that tool that lumberjacks used to mark and inventory wood with. Saw one in St. Croix this last summer at lumberjack days! It just occurred to me!! I had to take my kid to the festival. I complained for hours over the drive across the bridge! Nightmare. Looks like it just paid off! :D
/Knew it looked familiar. I just lobbed a guess at first....


Irvingdog has given the correct answer and is the winner.

I have your adress from a previous win :D

Re: Mystery Tool 63

Posted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 8:47 pm
by Irvingdog
Neat! First win :DB: . You've got my address from the Cobalt purchase. I love cool old tools and widgets, but I've been stumped to this point. I'd love a Starlyte..

That was my first dancing banana. Sorry. Had to.

Re: Mystery Tool 63

Posted: Thu Mar 05, 2009 10:47 pm
by zelph
Irvingdog wrote:Neat! First win :DB: . You've got my address from the Cobalt purchase. I love cool old tools and widgets, but I've been stumped to this point. I'd love a Starlyte..

That was my first dancing banana. Sorry. Had to.


One "StarLyte" coming up :D

"Frolicking Banana" is quite popular thanks to Dlarson

What is tool 64????? Give it a try,

The marking tool, is it for cut lumber as it comes off the log????? Or maybe it's for marking "board feet" I dunno :shock: