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CA wheel wrench?

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08-15-2010 21:25:05

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I have a wrench and i believe that it is either a wheel wrench from a model CA or cultivator wrench.it has the number TC 369 on it. Can you guys help me out? I will attach a link to the picture.

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08-16-2010 17:28:01

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 Re: CA wheel wrench? in reply to thebigyellowtruck, 08-15-2010 21:25:05  
thank you everyone with your replies. I was also told that is could possibly be a wrench for an AC cultivator. Are you all pretty sure that the wrench is for an engine lathe?

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08-16-2010 15:41:27

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 Re: CA wheel wrench? in reply to thebigyellowtruck, 08-15-2010 21:25:05  
looks like a wrench for a rocker style tool post on a engine lathe. not used much any more with all the new quick change tool posts.

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R Aiken

08-16-2010 07:27:01

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 Re: CA wheel wrench? in reply to thebigyellowtruck, 08-15-2010 21:25:05  
I dont think your wrench is for a CA tractor.It looks to be a specal wrench for a lathe oe milling machine.

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08-15-2010 21:26:52

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 Re: CA wheel wrench? in reply to thebigyellowtruck, 08-15-2010 21:25:05  
This Allis Chalmer wrench has a 3/4" square opening on one end and a 1/2" on the other end. Wrench overall is about 9-3/4" long.

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Brian G. NY

08-16-2010 05:49:05

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 Re: CA wheel wrench? in reply to thebigyellowtruck, 08-15-2010 21:26:52  
The CA rear wheel wrench is a bar type wrench with a square socket on one end and a sliding tee handle on the other.

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08-16-2010 18:28:39

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 Re: CA wheel wrench? in reply to Brian G. NY, 08-16-2010 05:49:05  
thanks. I"m just trying to figure out what i have so i can have the correct info to sell it on ebay. I bought it as an item of a lot of parts that were all unknown what to fit except that this wrench was a AC wheel wrench. It figures that the only thing that they could positively identify for the auction was wrong. I guess i will put it on ebay as a engine lathe wrench as the other members on this forum have said unless anyone may have other suggestions as to what this wrench goes to. thanks for helping me identify this.

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