Posts tagged ‘Repairs’

Combo square.

June 8th, 2009

In 1877 some guy named Laroy Starrett invented the combination square. Where would we be  without them ? Probably right where we are now but  making things would be a lot harder. Where would this L.S. Starrett Co No 94 combination square be without me? Probably rusting away in the bottom of  some plastic container. […]

Quick fix.

April 21st, 2009

A lovely flea market Sunday morning. Plenty of ratchets to choose from.  I grabbed a long handle, 3/8″ drive by Snap-On. There was another by Mac, but the drive plug had shattered so only a small jagged chunk of it was left. I wonder how that happened. Anyway, the Snap-On seemed okay. It’s only issue […]

I never heard of International Forge Company but this little ratchet looks very similar to an older model Craftsman. I thought that’s what it was when I saw it at the bottom of a yard sale milk crate full of junk . It had obviously spent some time outdoors or in a flooded basement. Some […]

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