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Wrench Forum / Re: Walden Worcester Pebble
« Last post by john k on March 24, 2017, 09:14:31 PM »
The Crescent has the thick jaws.   I have stumbled across several adjustables, Diamond and Crescent with the early thick jaws, sure the wrench beefy.
Daily Quote / Quote of the Day 3-24-2017
« Last post by Papaw on March 24, 2017, 06:20:56 PM »
Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom.
George Washington Carver
Heads Up / Re: Tuffy Screw Driver Set
« Last post by lptools on March 24, 2017, 05:17:44 PM »
Hello, I have a few empty boxes that I have purchased in the past, hoping to someday find the tool. Reverse psychology? Empty wooden brace bit, & wrench boxes, and any Stanley Plane box that is in good condition. Regards, Lou
Heads Up / Re: Tuffy Screw Driver Set
« Last post by Plyerman on March 24, 2017, 04:44:31 PM »
To collectors, the box is oftentimes more valuable than the tool. Crazy, I know.
Heads Up / Re: Tuffy Screw Driver Set
« Last post by skipskip on March 24, 2017, 04:33:58 PM »
Many more people than you might imagine
Wrench Forum / Re: Walden Worcester Pebble
« Last post by turnnut on March 24, 2017, 01:30:39 PM »
 John,  my 10 incher also has that same adjuster as yours, and there also slop in the sliding jaw.
 I believe it was made that way.

 are you talking about the Walden having 3/4"  jaws ?    mine is only 3/8" weighs 1 lb. 3 1/2 oz.

*  just added;   the adjuster screw takes an allen wrench to remove  it,  not a screwdriver.

 on bay, there is another 10" pebble Walden.   also a 8" Walden adjustable.  (non-pebble)

 I believe they were made by Walden and not jobbed out.  but I  could be wrong. they made hundreds of different types
 of wrenches. they had the know-how and ability.
Heads Up / Re: Tuffy Screw Driver Set
« Last post by dennis 49 on March 24, 2017, 08:13:57 AM »
Rare, new in the box,who buys new tools and saves the box ?
Wrench Forum / Re: When is a Ratchet not a Ratchet?
« Last post by john k on March 24, 2017, 07:08:17 AM »
Back in the 70s?  A company came out with some very strange tools and ratchets patterned after those used by astronauts.   Strange shaped and bulky so they could be wielded while wearing those thick gloves.   Some of these tools remind me of those. 
Wrench Forum / Re: Walden Worcester Pebble
« Last post by john k on March 24, 2017, 07:03:32 AM »
The knurled nut looks like it is not a good fit, maybe a replacement.  Does not contact the sliding jaw very well.  The Crescent I  put in there is an old one, the jaws are 3/4 in. thick.
Heads Up / SWTCA Tool Meet
« Last post by Papaw on March 24, 2017, 05:51:30 AM »
Saturday, April 15th, 2017
Dale Robertson Community Center
1200 Lakeshore Drive, Yukon, Ok.
9:00 to 2:00
Come Buy, Sell, or Trade Antique & Collectable Tools
In 2016, this show had 39 tables loaded with quality collectable and user tools,
with over 100 people in attendance. This year is shaping up to be even better.
Show opens to the Public at 11:00.
Address: 1200 Lakeshore Drive, Yukon, Ok. 73099.
Directions: Take exit 138 off I40 via Mustang Road. Go north on Mustang Road for about 2¾ miles
to Old Hwy.66. The Dale Robertson Community Center is on the SE corner, behind the Circle K.
There will be coffee and donuts available. Also, there are fast food restaurants within 5 minutes.
Registration: Pre-registration assures trade tables (see registration form below)
Admission: No Charge
Trade tables: No Charge
Display table: No Charge, please specify for ½ or full table
After the show, there will be an open house at Craig Guy’s from 3:00- 4:30.
Mail registration to; Questions or Additional Information;
Craig Guy Craig Guy
13617 Lakeshore Dr. 405-373-3222 home
Piedmont, OK. 73078 405-630-7769 cell
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