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SOLD !
$15
9 sockets in all, all 12 point - 1 Wright MU53 3/8 drive swivel - 9/16 made in Barberton, Ohio also marked 42+. 1 3/8 drive Snap-on 3/8 drive "O" date code, 1 Snap-On 9/32 drive (can't read date code) in 7/16, Mixed group of Plomb WF sockets in 3/8 drive- WF 33- 3/4, WF 32 - 11/16 . WF 30- 9/16, WF 28- "C" 7/16, WF 27 3/8, WF 25 - 1/4. Some or all are Cadmium plated, so be cautious cleaning them. Will ship in a USPS First Class package in the US for $5. Paypal preferred by Paypal invoice. 
 
 
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Wrench Forum / Re: Craftsman C underline tappet wrenches
« Last post by coolford on Today at 04:08:48 PM »
That link shows the exact markings on my wrenches.
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Wrench Forum / Re: Craftsman combination wrench finish?
« Last post by coolford on Today at 04:06:20 PM »
I notice that your end of the war wrenches have codes on them, the three dark wrenches I have all have a large "0" on them.
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Wrench Forum / Re: Craftsman combination wrench finish?
« Last post by d42jeep on Today at 03:53:27 PM »
The wrenches on the right were likely made towards the end of the war and the ones on the left shortly thereafter.
-Don
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Wrench Forum / Re: Craftsman C underline tappet wrenches
« Last post by d42jeep on Today at 02:40:08 PM »
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Took a little bit but it was in the area I thought it was. Got a surprise the puppy left a pile right near where the analyzer is, didn't step in it.
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Wrench Forum / Craftsman combination wrench finish?
« Last post by coolford on Today at 02:18:00 PM »
These wrenches were in a box lot (not the long plated one).  The finish on the top two and the bottom one must have some kind of plating as they were dirty but not rusty.  Could they be some type of war finish?  Also, did Craftsman make long and short combination wrenches?  The sizes from the top are 1", 15/16", 7/8" and 3/4".
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Wrench Forum / Re: Craftsman C underline tappet wrenches
« Last post by coolford on Today at 02:07:48 PM »
Your pictures are better than mine, but my wrenches have the underline C like your third one and on the other end -v-.
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It's in there some where, closer to the near end of the building.
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Wrench Forum / Re: I & V WF-38 ratchet
« Last post by Bill Houghton on Today at 10:26:35 AM »
I think the sellers believe "I & V" stands for "Interesting and Valuable."  And, of course, the Oregon one is not worth as much because it's on the coast, where things rust.
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