Mystery Tools

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  1. John Rausch

    John Rausch Registered User
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    I inherited a lot of tools from my Dad and every now and then I open a drawer and find a tool that I cannot identify. Here are 2 that I've asked others about but still have no answer.

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  2. karlmansson

    karlmansson Registered User

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    The second one looks an awful lot like a gear puller... No idea how the lever on the back comes into play though.

    The first looks like either a puller or a press, depending on what’s below those screw tips. The business end of the screws have different diameters to I’m thinking they are designed to fit into something. Pressing something out of a plate or so.

    I might also be completely off the mark on this one... Hope you find out for sure!

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    Karl
     
  3. motormaker

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    The left pic is a punch.
     
  4. etmb61

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    The one marked Germany is used to set the depth of adjustable pallets. Horolovar Co. sold those for use with 400 day clocks.

    Here's a link: Horolovar Pallet Setting Tool?

    Eric
     
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  5. John Rausch

    John Rausch Registered User
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    Thanks Eric. Especially for the link to the info on how to use it.
     
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