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100_0731yankee_1530_repair.JPGYankee 1530118 viewsFound this Yankee summer, 06. axle screw for drive gear was missing, held together with red tag, Condemned, made a new screw, retapped threads in the hole seen in the bodyjohn krau
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100_0815goodell_chain_feed.JPGchain drive105 viewsPair of Goodell&Pratt chain drills on the ends, note the left has a two jaw chuck, the right one takes 1/2" shank, as per post drill.john krau
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jan_11_007.JPGmy user planes69 viewsmy set of user planes. Bailey, Capewell, Dunlap, and Unknowns. Sure glad the plane bug has not bit. john krau
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10_1_s_bitbox.jpgUnrolled bit holder104 viewsthe inside of the tool roll.john krau
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100_0810_two_feloe_drills.JPGfeloe drills180 viewsThese are a matched pair of feloe drills I acquired ten years apart. I built the fitted box for the lower one for transport. Sometimes used by a wheelwright to drill straight spoke holes. Very useful where heavy drilling is necessary. john krau
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Pic068__bs_setup.JPGtraveling blacksmiths276 viewsThis is my demo' blacksmithing setup. I built the toolbox with inspiration from the ToolBox Book, quench barrel supports the leg vise, forge, Fisher anvil. This is on the grounds of Arbor Lodge, Nebr. City.john krau
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100_0809_felloe_drill_usage.JPGYes, it works.136 viewsI mount my drills in the vise, use them as a mini drill press. The feed wheel can put good pressure on the cutting bit. john krau
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100_0816_eggbeaters.JPGhandful of eggbeaters112 viewsThe drill in front is owner modified, perhaps for a linemans tool belt? A Millers Falls pair, with a Goodell Pratt behind. john krau

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sept__2011_last_018.JPGWoodworker tool roll263 viewsThis is a World War II bring back. Japanese woodworkers tool roll. 4 spoon bits, chisels, T handle in wood, 4 hammers, one steel punch, blacksmith tongs, flat scraper?, 2 long handled needle tools. 2 tiny triangular needle scrapers? Never been used, only 3 loops unfilled. Any ideas?john krauSep 27, 2011
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sept__2011_last_022.JPGpocket multitool119 viewsPocket knife size multi tool. There is a spring loaded keeper in the end and the side. Tack hammer/tack puller, 3 screwdrivers, and quarter inch auger bit. Japanese markings, believed to be a WWII bring-back. The Swiss Army is the Tinker. john krauSep 27, 2011
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march_snow_031.JPGwork table68 viewsyes I do use hand tools.john krauApr 10, 2011
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1_april_001.JPGOil Cans63 viewsIf you have old tools, they need lubrication.john krauApr 04, 2011
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jan_11_007.JPGmy user planes69 viewsmy set of user planes. Bailey, Capewell, Dunlap, and Unknowns. Sure glad the plane bug has not bit. john krauFeb 13, 2011
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dec__10_009.JPGeasel, Christmas gift to daughter 2010,69 viewsMade this easel from pallet wood, following a picture in a catalog. Hand tools only. john krauJan 24, 2011
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more_halloween_030.JPGold WorkMate84 viewsFound this early WorkMate at a thrift, was folded up, looked rough, got it for free! Fall of 2010john krauJan 24, 2011
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october_10_018.JPGeggbeaters64 viewsA pair from a flea, the big one says Craftsman on the crank, the handle has many wraps of friction tape, is a dead ringer for a Millers Falls no.5, the tiny one, well I got it for the chuck. john krauOct 27, 2010

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