2113 is for flushing the cooling system on outboard motors with freah
Particularly if the motor as been used in salt water.
The rubber cups are installed over the water inlet on the leg of the
motor and a garden hose is screwed into the fitting and the water is
turned on ,the motor is started and run so the water pump circulates the
fresh water through the cooling water galleries to flush salt water from
2115 a candle used as a clock
2116 a tool for installing automobile windscreens into the rubber
mounting on the body of the vehicle.
"I'm not young enough to know everything."
That excuse sounds like sour grapes pickled in insufficient imagination and
brined in a distinct lack of spacial perception.
Other than that... you're right; it was misleading. Isn't that sort of the
Seems like it would have a tighter seal on the motor if it was closed like
in my picture, just did a Google image search on this it, looks like almost
2113. Looks like it's designed for pressurising a system by squeezing the
rubber bulb. Not sure what the metal handle is for though.
2114. Hexagonal die for some sort of game.
2115. This is an artillery fuse. You cut it with a fuse saw to the desired
length for the burn time required and light the string at the thick end.
Inside it'll be packed with some sort of combustible alcohol soaked powder
which burns at a (hopefully) given rate.
Correct, it was marked 'old gambling die', but I don't know exactly what
games it was used for.
They've all been answered correctly this week:
I'll probably post another weekend set sometime tomorrow.
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