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Gtidwell

07-15-2020 19:50:05




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I posted this in Tractor Talk. It has not been identified yet. Maybe someone on here will know what it is.




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Ultradog MN

07-17-2020 00:13:50




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Gtidwell, 07-15-2020 19:50:05  
Whan you post a photo of something like that put a ruler in the photo so we can get a sense of scale.



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karlinpa

07-16-2020 15:33:54




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Gtidwell, 07-15-2020 19:50:05  
how about a cow cant kick device???



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Larry EC-OH

07-16-2020 16:42:38




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 Re: What is it? in reply to karlinpa, 07-16-2020 15:33:54  
Something tells me, you are on the right track.
This would go on her back forward of the pin bones.

I was on all the wrong tracks, but I think you are going to be the winner.

Larry



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sms

07-16-2020 09:39:54




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Gtidwell, 07-15-2020 19:50:05  
I thought it could have been to hold open grain bags if it had a hoop. Similar to this patent image. But I may be way off.



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Steve in VA

07-16-2020 09:31:09




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Gtidwell, 07-15-2020 19:50:05  
I suspect this is simply part of something. It would be worth trying to sidelight the cast stamps to see if you can discern any more detail.



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DoubleO7

07-16-2020 08:08:03




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Gtidwell, 07-15-2020 19:50:05  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

That's just wrong, lol.



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rrlund

07-16-2020 07:45:44




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Gtidwell, 07-15-2020 19:50:05  
Suzanne Summer's mother's antique thigh master.



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Gtidwell

07-16-2020 08:53:28




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 Re: What is it? in reply to rrlund, 07-16-2020 07:45:44  
Lol! Good one sir!



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kcm.MN

07-16-2020 07:29:40




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Gtidwell, 07-15-2020 19:50:05  
Hmm....apparently I just thought I replied to this yesterday.
To me, it looks like it could have been used to control water flow, such as at a dam or for the overflow of some pond/lake.



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Janicholson

07-16-2020 07:12:03




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Gtidwell, 07-15-2020 19:50:05  
One interesting feature is that it is near its smallest adjustment. were it to be used to spread a surgical opening, it would need to be a massive opening, not likely. Jim



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Dan in North Houston

07-16-2020 05:24:39




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Gtidwell, 07-15-2020 19:50:05  
What is on the ends of the arms, are they loops? It strikes me as something related to livestock, designed to hold something spread apart. Too small for use with horses or cows, but maybe some kind of speculum for sheep or goats? I know nothing about sheep shearing, but maybe related to that?



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Billy Shafer

07-16-2020 05:14:18




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Gtidwell, 07-15-2020 19:50:05  
Any names or numbers on it.



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Gtidwell

07-16-2020 08:55:40




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Billy Shafer, 07-16-2020 05:14:18  
There is some writing cast on it but I cannot tell what it says in the pictures.



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Billy Shafer

07-16-2020 09:31:14




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Gtidwell, 07-16-2020 08:55:40  
I looked up what I think is a number C1021. But nothing came up.If you can get me close ups. Of any numbers or letters or names. I will see what I can find.This heat keeps me in the house. So I have plenty of time. Where was this item found. Repair shop farm anything you can tell me would help.



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Gtidwell

07-16-2020 10:31:05




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Billy Shafer, 07-16-2020 09:31:14  
I do not have the item sir. There is someone who is selling it. I think it is old and cool. I was wanting to know what it was first. I may just go ahead and buy it and then check it out better.



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Billy Shafer

07-16-2020 11:29:06




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Gtidwell, 07-16-2020 10:31:05  
sms may have something. I remember as a kid playing around. The cotton gins. They had one section where they would bag up. The cotton seed hauls for the local farmers. Best I recall they had something like that. I think that item may be part of that. But just a guess.



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Fawteen

07-16-2020 02:30:43




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Gtidwell, 07-15-2020 19:50:05  
Question - Does the handle ratchet the jaws open/closed or is it just to lock it in a given position?



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Gtidwell

07-16-2020 06:17:40




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 Re: What is it? in reply to Fawteen, 07-16-2020 02:30:43  
I think it just locks it in position.



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