I'll guess that there is a space that has been drilled out in the hole in
which the tee sits - as though the hole was first drilled at a 45 degree
angle, and rotated until it was verticle (in-line with the original hole).
The space is hidden by the tee when the tee is in position.
It's intriguing, isn't it? It's clearly designed to clamp two round, or
roundish, things. If it held them at an angle I'd say it was some sort
of picture frame maker or something. But it holds these things parallel
- and fairly precisely.
KD tools.. the expensive ones that GM sends you every year. ;~)
Points dwell adjustment tool for the GM caps with the window. The 4 and 6
bangers had to have the cap off with a screwdriver in the a notch in the
distributor base for points adjustments. The pictured tool also worked with
different attachments to adjust the carbs also.
762. Not going to guess
763. Not going to guess
764. Ballpoint pen end w/out the ball
765. I agree w/the carb tool
766. I agree w/the fire detection link (thats what I thought when I
767. I agree w/the steaming (thats what I thought when I saw it)
Thanks! Those sites are good references; I think that the one in my photos
is probably a fusible link but I'm still going to do a little more research
Perhaps just to reduce the weight. Since if it is being applied
to already live wires, it will need to be positioned by a long insulated
pole with a hook through the eye on the clamp screw.
The notch is rounded enough to be not much of a problem -- and I
don't see it being in service for long enough to worry about that as it
is apparently applied.
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