Author Topic: Another Russian wrench? Similar to 100 year old Case steam engine wrench.  (Read 179 times)

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Online wrenchguy

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I assume its metric with 41 and 46 marked openings.   Foreign made???  Was told its some kind military wrench.  Can anyone id it?






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For adjusting the valves and changing spark plugs on a Russian Soyuz R7 rocket. Howard Wolowitz always carries one in his backpack just in case. You can buy them at any Searski Government owned store in Mother Russia.

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I have what is supposed to be a Russian socket set, but who knows.  I will take a picture tomorrow and post it here.

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I have what is supposed to be a Russian socket set, but who knows.  I will take a picture tomorrow and post it here.

Я бы хотел увидеть это!
All my taste is in my tools.

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I have what is supposed to be a Russian socket set, but who knows.  I will take a picture tomorrow and post it here.

Я бы хотел увидеть это!

What?
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What?

Russian for "I would like to see it!"

No I do not speak or write Russian I used an online translator.
All my taste is in my tools.