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100_0730Yankee1530.JPGyankee 1530 no.2169 viewsAfter reassembling the drill, found it had good tooth contact, made a user out of a junker, put in coarse teeth, vs. original fine threads, due to softness of white metal body. threads gone was reason for condemned tag.john krau
(37 votes)
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100_0752not_your_ordinary_drills.JPG3 more drills138 viewsOn the left is a cane handle push drill, bit storage inside, on the cap is: Gilt Bros. Chicago, bits have a cross, cross section. Center is an unmarked wobble drill with keyless chuck, works better than it looks. lastly, a Goodell Pratt push drill.john krau
(24 votes)
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Pic003toolsonthewall.JPGwall of tools326 viewsA shot of the wall behind my work bench. john krau
(18 votes)
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100_0816_eggbeaters.JPGhandful of eggbeaters110 viewsThe drill in front is owner modified, perhaps for a linemans tool belt? A Millers Falls pair, with a Goodell Pratt behind. john krau
(7 votes)
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100_0763flywheels2.JPGflywheels, watchmakers lathe118 viewsMore auction finds. Foot powered flywheels. Wheels approx. 18 inches dia. All cast iron and heavy. One in rear is powered by a foot pedal and crank. the right one has an actual stirrup, and the left one has a roller that pushes a cam. It weighs at least 75 lbs. The Chicago Watch Tool Co. embossed on legs. Used to power the watchmakers lathe.john krau
(13 votes)
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100_0723drawknife_handles.JPGdrawknife refurbish75 viewsAlmost finished handles for a sad old drawknife. Makers mark illegible. Pulled from an iron pile at relatives auction. Am certain it is one of my great grandfathers tools, he passed on in 1910. john krau
(16 votes)
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100_0811_post_vise.JPGpost vise124 viewsNice small post vise, from auction. Big letter C on the mounting bracket, a Columbia, or Champion. When I got it, the leg was bent into the letter C. john krau
(18 votes)
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Pic029.jpgGoodell Pratt95 viewsThe leather pad on a Goodell and Pratt Toolsmiths breast drill. Good condition for nearly 80 years oldjohn krau
(13 votes)
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100_0817_pointers_and_tenoncutters.JPGpointers and tenon cutters119 viewsIn front, an AAWoods tenon cutter, next to a no name, Stearns on the right, 3 pointers and a derelict fixed size tenoner in the rearjohn krau
(11 votes)
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50016908_tpkraeuter.jpgS wrench79 viewsA few of my Kraeuter wrenches.john krau
(20 votes)
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07_1_sbitbox.jpgtool roll153 viewsThis auger bit holder came thru the electronic place long ago. Had a dozen auger bits on a canvas roll. The brass plate originally had a carry handle. Home made?john krau
(14 votes)
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100_0809_felloe_drill_usage.JPGYes, it works.135 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
(13 votes)
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