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Offline LukeOresk

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Re: New Finds
« Reply #120 on: April 06, 2017, 06:47:02 PM »
Strik Ill definitely try to find some videos and pictures of that. I went to Pittsburgh and they have some trolleys that go up the hill side. You could go through the maintenance and where the inner workings were. It was really cool and from the link here you can see the age of the equipment http://duquesneincline.org/index.php?page=tour-information
And then this year I found out I could have gone on a blast furnace tour  frustratedx Ill have to go back some time

Anyway on with this past weeks haul;

I grabbed these for a buck a piece


This tool box I had to buy for five bucks because its made out steel from where I work lol They did a good job bending the steel to make the lid sit tight



A Nice 1/2 Husky USA set for ten bucks


A cool old made in Canada Mastercraft Soldering gun


A friend from the board gave me this sweet Mickey Thompson banner, Thanks Gregg33!


I found to Snap On Canada Philips drivers for a buck a piece, and traded for a Par-X Canada 13mm Wrench


A Proto USA Metric Nutdriver Set for $15 bucks


A Mixed box of Craftsman USA and import, a couple Snap On sockets, and a Bonney Extension for $20. The Craftsman USA 1/2 metric sockets and ratchets were awesome to get.


This stuff was all given to me by another friend on the board, Thank you very much Brophy!
A St Pierre DOE, three Mossberg DOE, a WW sliding T, and a Canforge DOE


Two really nice Kraeuter DOE (these must have been expensive when they were bought), a OK Champion S wrench and A Britool offset DBE


And this is my score of the week. Ill be working on completing this as well lol more pictures to come, and beer for Mr Brophy


Any clue Who MHCO is?
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Re: New Finds
« Reply #121 on: April 06, 2017, 08:40:36 PM »
Great haul Luke!

MHCO....Massey Harris Co?
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Re: New Finds
« Reply #122 on: April 07, 2017, 10:57:04 AM »
Love those small adjustable's,,,,,,
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Re: New Finds
« Reply #123 on: April 08, 2017, 09:59:12 AM »
Brophy, I tried finding Massey Harris wrenches that look like that with no luck

Love those small adjustable's,,,,,,

You gotta grab them when you find them and they work well

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Re: New Finds
« Reply #124 on: April 08, 2017, 05:12:24 PM »
That big Mossberg set will be a challenge, as over the years they made the set the items in it changed.  So find a picture and duplicate it. thumbsup2

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Re: New Finds
« Reply #125 on: April 20, 2017, 09:32:21 PM »
Here are some finds from a couple weeks back.

This stuff is from a used tool shop; the screwdrivers are a Robertson #3, a Will Philiphs, a Robertson #3, a Challenger #3. The Pliers are Proto LA slip grip? Proto Canada slip joint, and Snap-on Vacuum grip


Wilde USA tongue and groove pliers, and a Craftsman Canada strap wrench. The weird thing is on the package it says made in England, I got this at Princess Auto


From the flea market Two Stanley Handyman Drivers in a perfect shape, and a Stanley Plus 100. A nice Cluthe #2 robby, Ratch-o-Matic Canada #2 robby, A Klein Long shaft #2 robby and a Robertson #2. The little side cutters are Xuron USA


The Mac Brake tool, the Gray 3/8 ratchet and the air fittings came from a yard sale for $10. The screwdrivers came from restore for a total of $1.50 and are as follows; a Will #3 robby, a Gray #00 robby and a Xcelite Philips that looks brand new


Let me know what you guys think

Coolford, I found a detailed description on Alloy Artifacts I'm going to follow, hopefully I'll be able to complete it.
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Re: New Finds
« Reply #126 on: April 20, 2017, 11:25:57 PM »
Love the sheet metal box, and the Proto LA slip grip plier looks like a #234 wrenching plier. Only made them for a couple of years - they have amazing clamping grip! Late 50's to early 60's I think.
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Re: New Finds
« Reply #127 on: April 21, 2017, 09:10:33 PM »
Yes thats it alright, I just have to put a new nut on the one side of mine as its missing. I'm looking forward to trying them out once lol

I had to grab that box just because of where the tin came from beerdude

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Re: New Finds
« Reply #128 on: April 21, 2017, 10:36:26 PM »
the little side cutters may be gate shears. used for cutting the casting sprue off of lead castings. I have some that look real similar that I used when making lead weights.
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Re: New Finds
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