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    What kinda tool is this?

    A friend bought a toolbox full of tools and found these among them.

    Any idea on what they are?

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    They look like some kind of wood gouge for carving, but not sharp enough.
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    Metal scrpers??


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    Looks like a pair of thing a ma jiggers to me.
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    They look like bungee removal tools.
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    Babbit scrapers
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    Staple pullers is my guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruiser View Post
    Babbit scrapers
    Ding! Ding!

    Yes. I was starting to think along those lines. Model T forum:

    http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/118802/130947.html

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    I still thnk it is an upholstrey staple puller.

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    My dentist uses something like that

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    Thanks guys!

    I knew this group would come through.

    Here is a video I found that shows the tools in action.

    https://youtu.be/nxckVqdPVTA
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    We used them on bearings that supported equipment not quite as pretty as this. 😂
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    Quote Originally Posted by cruiser View Post
    We used them on bearings that supported equipment not quite as pretty as this. 
    I've poured a few shaft bearings on some old power scows.

    What is that thing? Looks like a tram bull wheel.
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    Circa 1930’s hydro electric generator

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