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Offline kiwipom

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Mystery Tool.
« on: 03.06. 2016 06:41 »
hi guys, just thought I would put this piece of equipment out to the forum as it is up for auction in NZ on trade me and seems nobody knows what it is, I`m sure the forum can identify it,cheers
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Re: Mystery Tool.
« Reply #1 on: 03.06. 2016 06:52 »
a Warren & Brown torque wrench calibration tool...   *????* 
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Re: Mystery Tool.
« Reply #2 on: 03.06. 2016 07:30 »
And the hole saw's are to hide the evidence!!
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Re: Mystery Tool.
« Reply #3 on: 03.06. 2016 08:09 »
Coil spring tension tester
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Re: Mystery Tool.
« Reply #4 on: 06.06. 2016 02:03 »
Tom cat is dead right. here's the manufacturers response to my question about it:
Hi Gavin

It is an old diaphragm type valve spring tester with a one piece anvil, part number 360000

We have had a look for some information on it, but unfortunately we can't find any.

Hope this helps.


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Re: Mystery Tool.
« Reply #5 on: 06.06. 2016 08:15 »

 It looks like a dead ringer of the one I saw (the infamous?) Alan Chance (Chancie) using one day when I called around- testing valve springs.
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