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Tool Talk Discussion Forum

Tool Identification

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THolmer

02-06-2018 18:51:44




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Can someone please identify this tool?

Thanks in advance




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sotxbill

02-08-2018 07:55:56




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 Re: Tool Identification in reply to THolmer, 02-06-2018 18:51:44  
how does that thing on the front work???????



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jeffcat

02-07-2018 09:37:59




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 Re: Tool Identification in reply to THolmer, 02-06-2018 18:51:44  
Jump over to Ebay. Looks like the same thing. Item # 132480888122.



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Gary Mitchell

02-07-2018 09:36:24




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 Re: Tool Identification in reply to THolmer, 02-06-2018 18:51:44  
Kenmore Dryer?



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David Snipes

02-07-2018 12:10:36




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 Re: Tool Identification in reply to Gary Mitchell, 02-07-2018 09:36:24  
No, it's a red pencil.



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Mule Meat

02-07-2018 09:11:41




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 Re: Tool Identification in reply to THolmer, 02-06-2018 18:51:44  
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Hang onto it like you said..

I have saw a few of them sell for $75 - $100 and one sold at an estate auction in WV for $150.



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THolmer

02-07-2018 06:02:53




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 Re: Tool Identification in reply to THolmer, 02-06-2018 18:51:44  
Thanks everyone.



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THolmer

02-07-2018 06:02:11




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 Re: Tool Identification in reply to THolmer, 02-06-2018 18:51:44  
No won't sell. It was among my grandpa's things and will be going on the wall. Now that I know what it is.



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Brian G. NY

02-06-2018 20:38:59




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 Re: Tool Identification in reply to THolmer, 02-06-2018 18:51:44  
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I've seen a lot of fence tools over the years.....

That one looks to be the Cadillac of all fence pliers.....

I'd hang it on the wall in my shop in plain sight....

great conversation piece!!



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farmall 400

02-06-2018 20:07:37




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 Re: Tool Identification in reply to THolmer, 02-06-2018 18:51:44  
i have that same tool and have the s hook on it was my dads and helped him patch up old fences many times with it. i would buy it if you want to sell



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Mule Meat

02-06-2018 19:51:18




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 Re: Tool Identification in reply to THolmer, 02-06-2018 18:51:44  
Strieby & Foote fencing tool. Made by Coulter Tool Co.

The small loop on the front is for an S hook. Hard to find one with the S hook still with the tool.



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I am sure jeffcat will be along shortly to disagree with my answer to to your question..



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gregww

02-06-2018 19:26:24




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What ever it is, I vote we use it on Dave 8)



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Dave H (MI)

02-06-2018 19:20:52




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 Re: Tool Identification in reply to THolmer, 02-06-2018 18:51:44  
I'm pretty sure it's a clothes dryer.

(I know, I know....I'm leaving now.)



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