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Tool Talk Discussion Forum

Tool Challenge!

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GUIDO

12-19-2012 12:44:08
71.168.249.98



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Hello,
Here is one I have not used for many moons.
What is it?
Guido.




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ASEguy

12-20-2012 15:48:44
68.186.162.134



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
Hey Guido...I have a automotive hose cutter that looks similar only not as beefy.



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GUIDO

12-21-2012 07:02:09
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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to ASEguy, 12-20-2012 15:48:44  
Hello ASEguy,
It is hard to get close enough to get more detail
of a tool at times. The automotive one you have has a sharp blade.
They use that kind of tool for pastic pipe as well.
Mine has a blunt center for crimping not cutting,
Guido.



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GUIDO

12-20-2012 13:38:14
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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
Hello,
It is a crimper for thinwall metal pipe.
Guido.



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downsouth

12-20-2012 05:35:23
64.12.116.141



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
Hemorrhoid removal tool, hand operated and completely painless.



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John A.

12-19-2012 20:50:10
64.128.16.238



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
Guido, I am with sotxbill here those look like ear notchers to me. In the Panhandle we has a Heart shaped one!
Later,
John A.



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t.r.k.

12-19-2012 18:51:39
71.31.64.233



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
I bought one of those because it looked like it would crimp stove pipe to help the pieces fit together. (I still think it would and I intend to try it next time.) Then I learned that the ones HVAC guys use for stove pipe/sheet metal duct work have multiple jaws.(like 3 on one side, 4 on the other.)

I was passing the kitchen counter;bath tile area in a home store and they had a tool like that to break the tile after its scored. . . .

So that is what it is.

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wgm

12-20-2012 17:53:06
66.11.102.200



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to t.r.k., 12-19-2012 18:51:39  
Real sheetmetal workers use the single crimper.



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farmerjohn

12-19-2012 18:30:42
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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
A vice.



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PJH

12-19-2012 18:20:42
50.44.232.10



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
Fence wire tightener?



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WGWKy2

12-19-2012 16:41:16
98.23.24.183



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
BOOT! sorry been a slow day



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Diydave

12-19-2012 16:24:03
96.244.165.238



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
oh what the heck, is it a drywall nibbler?



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Brad Buchanan

12-19-2012 15:10:32
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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
It is a gun-grabber pincher!



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sotxbill

12-19-2012 14:04:16
69.152.248.105



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
ear notcher



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jackinok

12-19-2012 13:25:09
162.58.82.136



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
crimp tool for putting together vent pipe.



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Slowpoke

12-19-2012 13:18:59
130.65.109.47



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
A tool for putting a slot on the edge of sheet metal. Maybe to enable a corner fold?



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Tom in TN

12-19-2012 13:08:47
75.149.99.233



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
Possibly a "nibbler" for cutting a slot in sheet metal?

Tom in TN



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Gambles

12-19-2012 13:01:57
24.246.215.127



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
Looks like a vise.....
(Sorry, I couldn't resist)



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GUIDO

12-19-2012 15:11:17
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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to Gambles, 12-19-2012 13:01:57  
Hello Gambles,
You noticed the vise, but did not noticed the other tool on the left upper portion of the picture. I will post them next!
Guido.



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Gambles

12-19-2012 15:35:07
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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 15:11:17  
I'll be waiting because I don't know what it is either.



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Inno

12-19-2012 12:56:53
206.172.0.204



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
Crimper for sheet metal work?



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Nate V. IA

12-19-2012 12:53:04
216.51.200.25



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
Hay hook?



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caseyc

12-19-2012 12:51:13
75.102.189.131



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 Re: Tool Challenge! in reply to GUIDO, 12-19-2012 12:44:08  
Ground clamp for an old welder?

Casey in SD



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