What is it? (Amateur Version POST08)

Here is the eighth post in the series. As usual, I will try to answer quest ions about their composition, size and how they can move. Pictures are prov
ide via dropbox. L. Flynn
POST08_TOOL30 This is a multi-use metal tool. It is approximately 9 inches long. It has t wo prongs on the jaws, one a little longer than the other and curved toward it. the other side of one of the jaws is a flat round face.The handles are designed to fit together with a tapered edge on one moving past a flat pla ce on the other at one point, a semicircle on one closing against the other at another point, and a projection on one moving into a circular depressio n on the other at a third point. https://www.dropbox.com/sc/czj50hie2iirf0q/AADV3sWrVeo6Yh-uOJ3rT-x4a
POST08_TOOL31 This metal tool is approximately 6 inches long. It has a serrated metal whe el at the end that spin fairly freely. It can be turned by using a turn-key like handle. There is an S-shaped component that can act as a cover for ha lf of the wheel or to force something against it. One end of the S-shaped p iece has a circular tab the fits nicely where ones thumb is place opposite ones index finger when holding the handle to apply pressure. https://www.dropbox.com/sc/xt85tge0vjztj91/AABBbe2Z6t31AHeapRXVpfADa
POST08_TOOL32 This is a metal and plastic tool approximately 8 inches long with no moving parts. The plastic part is hard. The business end is tapered to a rounded edge. https://www.dropbox.com/sc/61agk21bwpxkzfk/AABn0OyPGEx6pq_sRTSFB9k5a
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On Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at 5:37:30 PM UTC-5, snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com wrote:

stions about their composition, size and how they can move. Pictures are pr ovide via dropbox.

two prongs on the jaws, one a little longer than the other and curved towa rd it. the other side of one of the jaws is a flat round face.The handles a re designed to fit together with a tapered edge on one moving past a flat p lace on the other at one point, a semicircle on one closing against the oth er at another point, and a projection on one moving into a circular depress ion on the other at a third point.

heel at the end that spin fairly freely. It can be turned by using a turn-k ey like handle. There is an S-shaped component that can act as a cover for half of the wheel or to force something against it. One end of the S-shaped piece has a circular tab the fits nicely where ones thumb is place opposit e ones index finger when holding the handle to apply pressure.

ng parts. The plastic part is hard. The business end is tapered to a rounde d edge.

30 is a multi-tool for mounting and removing wheel weights. 31 is a saw for cutting off rings that are still on the finger. 32 is a cold chisel with a hand protector on it. It needs to be sharpened.
Paul K. Dickman
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Wheel balancing weight tool. Rear tines for removal, hammer face to install, cutter on handle to trim the weight and a crimper notch to tighten the clip.

Ring cutter. Used to remove a ring from a finger toe or "elsewhere" if it poses a health risk or cannot be removed by other methods. Have one in my med bag. Will NEVER be able to use it without a really dopey grin though. One of the "rings" it has removed was from a man who wanted to surprise his wife with a very long lasting erection. BUT he forgot to use something that could be opened after the "event" was over.
Almost as good as the call we got for a woman locked to a bed with handcuffs and shackles. Seems they tried something different BUT the BF somehow forgot the key !!!!!!!!!!!

Ye olde' cold chisel. That one looks like it has been used on brick or block.
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Steve W.

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Thanks for all the posts, here and in other groups. L. Flynn
POST08_TOOL30 This is a multi-use metal tool. It is approximately 9 inches long. It has t wo prongs on the jaws, one a little longer than the other and curved toward it. the other side of one of the jaws is a flat round face.The handles are designed to fit together with a tapered edge on one moving past a flat pla ce on the other at one point, a semicircle on one closing against the other at another point, and a projection on one moving into a circular depressio n on the other at a third point. https://www.dropbox.com/sc/czj50hie2iirf0q/AADV3sWrVeo6Yh-uOJ3rT-x4a Wheel Weight Pliers https://www.mikesxs.net/product/35-9059.html
POST08_TOOL31 This metal tool is approximately 6 inches long. It has a serrated metal whe el at the end that spins fairly freely. It can be turned by using a turn-ke y like handle. There is an S-shaped component that can act as a cover for h alf of the wheel or to force something against it. One end of the S-shaped piece has a circular tab the fits nicely where ones thumb is place opposite ones index finger when holding the handle to apply pressure. https://www.dropbox.com/sc/xt85tge0vjztj91/AABBbe2Z6t31AHeapRXVpfADa Beaver Finger Ring Cutter used by EMTs and Emergency Rooms http://www.techzonics.com/hand-tools-activities.htm (about 1/8th of the way down the long page) http://www.ebay.com/bhp/ring-cutter
POST08_TOOL32 This is a metal and palstic tool approximately 8 inches long with no moving parts. The plastic part is hard. The business end is tapered to a rounded edge. https://www.dropbox.com/sc/61agk21bwpxkzfk/AABn0OyPGEx6pq_sRTSFB9k5a Cold chisel with a hand protector on it. (Needs sharpening.)
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