A bit of confidende this time:
3043. a spring compressor, I think for valve springs.
3044. OSHA required safety cap for rebar
3045. For planting seedlings?.
3046. fire plug wrench.
3047. no good idea decorative pie fluter?
3048. carring case for horse shoes and pins?
Now days, I've heard them called hydrants.
But, it's the same concept. Around me
(western NY) they have five pointed
lug to turn, a very, very few are four
pointed. This one does four or five.
The larger hoses have two types of
lug to allow the use of a tool to tighten
or loosen. This one does pin lugs, though
there are rocker lugs.
3044 I'll guess that this is a bottle cap un-screwer. Push down on a
(reasonably narrow size range) screw-top on a bottle and twist to open
it. Doesn't look like it would work too well unless the cap has ridges.
3035 An even less well informed guess: An agricultural implement to
pick some shallow root veggie. Push down with foot near the shaft,
until it is deeper than the root. Then step on the flap to grasp it.
Then pull up, while not falling over while standing on one foot.
On 12/5/2013 4:14 AM, Rob H. wrote:
3046 looks as though it's use may be similar to a fire hydrant wrench.
3048 I'm fairly sure it's a container for carrying battery cleaning solution
and acid/electrolyte in separate cavities.
The pockets at the end are provided for storing the hygrometer, cleaning
This one is designed to do five, or four sided
controlling stems. The notch in the center across
from the turning shaft allows for five sided. The
two flats allow for four sided. I'll send photos,
if you wish.
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