What is it used for?

A hand held tool or device, see if you can guess what it is.
LostInSpace
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Re: What is it used for?

Post by LostInSpace » Wed Oct 03, 2007 10:07 pm

Skidsteer wrote: Hmmm...It appears Pure Mahem had the first right answer if not the correct spelling....
True!

Once I got rid of my '88 F-150 I no longer have a need for a brake spring tool. Can anybody come up with another use for one of these? Any modifications that would give it some other purpose?

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zelph
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Re: What is it used for?

Post by zelph » Thu Oct 04, 2007 11:02 am

LostInSpace wrote:
Skidsteer wrote: Hmmm...It appears Pure Mahem had the first right answer if not the correct spelling....
True!

Once I got rid of my '88 F-150 I no longer have a need for a brake spring tool. Can anybody come up with another use for one of these? Any modifications that would give it some other purpose?
Good question!!!! Oops 56 guessed stove pipe crimper. That made me think that it might be the type of tool design that would help inputting a rolled edge on aluminum pots that have been cut down to a shorter version. WalMart grease pot or Kmart grease pot. Some have been known to cut them down and wand to roll the edge over. A modified brake spring removal tool. Give it a try LIS.
http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/

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