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    Quote Originally Posted by 95CTburb19 View Post
    its some kind of an dentist tool. Its been used on my before
    OUCH!!

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    that's incorrect....those tools are aaprox 18 inches long and probably about 1/4" thick. I think I successfully stumped the crew here as to what it is...
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    I never did get around to telling ya'll what the tool was. Those a pipe organ tunining knives. You use those to knock the adjustable sleeve up and down the top of the pipe to change it's effective length, which changes the tone. They are pretty hefty, and are defeinitely a specialty tool.

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    I have about 10 of those window things sitting in a drawer at the nuclear power plant I work at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hookjr1199 View Post
    I have about 10 of those window things sitting in a drawer at the nuclear power plant I work at.
    You know, that's not a comforting feeling.

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    Default Guess that tool.....

    I got one for you.
    This one will work but there are other tools you can use that are SOOOO much easyer to use but this is the tool i started using when i started.


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    Ok this is an easy one. But it is an AMAZING tool. Everyone should own one even if your not a mechanic.


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    is it a clamping tool of some sort?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PepboysASETech View Post
    I got one for you.
    This one will work but there are other tools you can use that are SOOOO much easyer to use but this is the tool i started using when i started.


    Brake caliper piston tool. To reset the piston on rear disc brakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PepboysASETech View Post
    Ok this is an easy one. But it is an AMAZING tool. Everyone should own one even if your not a mechanic.

    I had to look at that twice. Isnít that a gas line spring in the tool. If so then itís a remote gasoline spring compressing tool.

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