2938 Display rack for hanging some [I dunno what.] merchandise in a
2937 Tropical fruit [no idea which] harvesting tool??
2939 Thermometer (temperature sensor) hung over the edge of a vat
2949 Sampling tool for something soft. Grain, soap, latex, butter,
lard, cheese? Shove in, twist, pull out, and inspect for quality and
On 8/1/2013 4:04 AM, Rob H. wrote:
Nope, not for fertilizer, the answer for it has been posted on the site:
No luck yet on the two unidentified tools, the second one looks hand forged and
might be difficult to solve but hopefully we'll eventually get an answer for
Someone posted the link below on my site, this lawn edger is the only tool that
I've seen that resembles 2937, so for now I'm going with this as the answer:
(Amazon.com product link shortened)
I see that someone has identified the blue and red device you posted for
me a few years ago.
The answer is fully consistent with the person who owned it; my wife's
late uncle. He was a chemical engineer and successful businessman;
mayor of his home city and a wonderful person. In his later years his
interests drifted toward metaphysics and such a device would sure fit
for him. One of his projects was attempting to use pyramid power to
preserve food. He hoped for new breakthroughs to feed the world.
I must be among your most faithful followers. Almost never miss a week,
and enjoy guessing immensely. If someone else posts an answer ahead of
me, I just let it go.
Changed ISP's a year or so ago and have a new email address.
Don't have the case; I opened it after your posting, but I do have the
carbon and the glass plates.
It's nice when you pursue a puzzle and eventually come up with an answer.
On Friday, August 2, 2013 3:28:41 PM UTC-5, Rob H. wrote:
ed and might be difficult to solve but hopefully we'll eventually get an an
swer for 2937. Rob
2939 - The basic design and size looks like it would be use similarly as th
e seedling planter tool (#2912) in Set 500 - http://55tools.blogspot.com/20
13/07/set-500.html - possibly using one's foot to drive the blade into some
thing (the ground)?
Its handle is missing, so we don't know the length of the complete tool, bu
t the handle's insert is 4" long, so the handle must/would be fairly long,
maybe. I searched for a custom made planting tool, but several/various keyw
ord searches came up empty, other than similar planting tools as #2912, in
2936 appears to be a wall-mount tool holder, and from the elongate holes,
I'd say a chisel holder.
2937 I believe is a combination ice chopper and saw, either for ice
fishing or for collecting ice.
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