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post #1 of 10 Old 01-24-2019, 08:57 AM Thread Starter
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Can you Name this Tool?

I acquired this apparatus in an auction last year and not sure exactly what it is. My guess is that it is for body or framework manipulation. I want to see what you all come up with. Take a guess, make me laugh, or enlighten us all! Thanks


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post #2 of 10 Old 01-24-2019, 09:02 AM
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lifting sling for a turbo encabulator
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Rectal spreader?

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Rectal spreader?

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If we’re going in that direction...Ironman’s Cockring-Trapeze-Swing...Green is for the Envy.


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Well if the John Deere green plug wrench doesn't give it away, I don't know what will.

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where can i buy it?
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It does look like a home brew lifting jig. I didn't see any bolt holes in the end pads on the pole. Are there any? The wrench looks like the cheapo free bee spark plug wrench that came with my lawn tractor, complete with the hole to stick a screwdriver through when the plug is in too tight.
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It does look like a home brew lifting jig. I didn't see any bolt holes in the end pads on the pole. Are there any? The wrench looks like the cheapo free bee spark plug wrench that came with my lawn tractor, complete with the hole to stick a screwdriver through when the plug is in too tight.



The socket wrench has 1-7/16 on it, so it’s pretty large. Maybe Chris87xj is on to something with the John Deere Green. Farm Equipment?


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lifting sling for a turbo encabulator
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