I meant wrenches, lol. I don't think I've ever seen a monkey-type wrench that small. You need some leverage, plus the adjustment part is longer than a Crescent. What would they be originally made for? Sewing machine, skates?
Post by Pharmer Phil on Jan 21, 2012 7:15:22 GMT -6
well that IS a short wrench Mo...actually I do have an old wrench that's close to 4 inches or under...found it out in the dirt one day.. I placed it somewhere??.... so I could clean it up..it looked like it could be used...very old though...
I do have the tool that I used to KNOCK half my teeth out with (Terrible Tomato cage building accident )
makes me flash back to that day every time I use the damn thing... It's marked: A.R.T.I.S.A.N. # 70-8-13-148
and another tool I put back is a Antique Mansco Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver... here's the Online description:
antique spiral ratchet screwdriver measures approx. 9 1/2 inch when extended to full length.when not extended it measures approx. 7 1/2 inch. the bit measures approx.1 1/4 inch in length. markings are mansco no.533 england.
Here is a picture of one...Too early to grab the camera ...I'll add pics of my actual tools soon..these are "borrowed" from the web... Mine is GREEN where this one is red...mine has no paint on handle
reckon ifin I sold em' both I could take da misses out fer a steak