Doug is correct on this being an engine stand. Typically an engine is
pulled out with a hoist, aka cherry picker" and mounted on the engine stand
in the same location that a transmission would be attached. Transmissions
are typically removed from the bottom of the vehicle while it is in the air
on a rack. A transmission jack is rolled under the vehicle and attached to
the bottom of the transmission and then lowered and rolled to a work area.
1723 - a foot for a metal chair with tube legs. The three prongs go
inside the tube. Or maybe a cane or something like that.
1724 - you put something in it and center it and then you can swivel
it, so my first thought is surveying or a sextant but I just don't
1725 - engine or transmission stand.
1726 - Ladder bracket/shelf thing.
1727 - Reminds me of a core sampler for cheese but I think it's
missing parts. Maybe a tip for a pole.
1728 - My friend says... "that's a coast guard rescue cannon! For
shooting out rope and stuff!"
1725 Engine stand
1728 Bayonet sheath. Can't remember which bayonet--round spike, not very
long. Used to be cheap enough to use as
tent stakes. No. 4 Enfield? It's too
short for the old Lebel cruciform bayonet unless it's been
1728 Cannon. Signal cannon? Line throwing cannon? 24" long---a "one
1726 looks to me like some brackets I had that would allow you to have an
under the counter shelf that you could pull the pins out, it would swing
out, and lock, giving you another work surface either at table level or just
1724 - Truing rack. Used to true wire spoked wheels. That one looks like
it's for older auto rims.
1725 - Engine stand. The one I have is yellow with larger wheels.
1726 - Ladder jack. Used with 2 GOOD ladders so you can make a scaffold.
missing the locking pins and straps on the upper lock. I prefer the
steel version myself.
1728 - Looks like either a salute cannon or a model of a fixed gun.
1723: Looks almost, but not quite, like an upholstery anchor
1724: Could be a truing stand, but I'm guessing not
1725: Engine stand, 750 lb capacity.
1726: Base for an extension ladder. Possibly vehicle-mounted.
1727: Lightning rod top
1726: Cannon, probably a blank-firing scale replica
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