Posted by NCWayne on October 29, 2012 at 20:03:03 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Mystery tools posted by Stephen Newell on October 29, 2012 at 10:01:28:
Got to be farrier tools. In the time I spent in the Navy I watched the guys in the shipyards scrap several of the BIG babbited bearings on our main shafts. The whole process was amazing to watch, espeically when it was being done to bearings that carried a shaft that was better than 24 inches in diameter. Then, on our shaft (#4 main engine on the USS America), it was even more of an adventure because the shaft was tweeked a bit and didn't turn exactly true. So, they had to scrap it so the shaft was supported and didn't bind even with the bend. That said they don't look like any of the babbit scraping tools I have ever seen, and those guys had a wide variety of shapes and sizes as their disposal.
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