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Posted: 2/14/2012 9:26:19 AM
   

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Hello Malcolm
Yes I have got that one The number is PE 485.What  a lovely wrench for you to have with all that family history.
Alan


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Posted: 3/7/2012 3:12:47 AM
   

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Alan,

Just bringing your wrench thread back up the list a bit, hoping we can get some of the new viewers to help you out with your mamoth project, I am sure many M-H collectors will want a copy of your extensive research, it will be a new form of information which every Massey Collector will need for quick refernce.

 It seems to of gone very quiet for a while so here is another photo of the M-H No 2 and 3 tractor wheel lug wrench, come on other viewers please post your photo's of your unusual M-H and related Companies wrenches to help Alan along.

Malcolm.

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Posted: 3/7/2012 8:03:12 AM
   

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Alan,
Here to further your cause are a few of my Aussie spanners.
Keep up the good work!
John

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Posted: 3/7/2012 8:05:43 AM
   

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Alan,
And here's a bit of an odd one.  Came from my grandfather's farm and Joe assures me that it is the original sleeve puller for a Wallis 20-30
John

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Posted: 3/7/2012 10:13:19 AM
   

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Thanks Malcolm and John for those pictures. I have never seen a Wallis sleeve puller before .Not even on the web at some of the Australian sites. Another one to and to the list. Do you know the part number John.
Alan


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Posted: 3/7/2012 11:07:07 AM
   

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It doesn't have any part number.  But Joe says it matches exactly what he has seen in the manuals and my grandfather did have a Wallis 20-30.

have also recently picked up a similar one for the Pacemaker/Challenger tractors from an ex M-H dealer - exactly the same style

John


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Posted: 3/7/2012 11:52:22 AM
   

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John:

That is a Sleeve puller / Rear wheel puller, the pillow block should have the number 2350T on it and the discs should have the number 2441T and the shaft should be 2442T. Only the pillow block # 2350T part is used for pulling the rear wheels off.

I don't know if the numbers are actually stamped on some of the pieces but if you take a steel brush to your pillow block you should at least find the 2350T number cast into it.

Here is a picture of the pillow block that I have, this is used for pulling the sleeves and also pulling the rear wheels off the tractor.

I scaned these pages from the Wallis book # 24 parts list of tools, Notice part # 3762T I assume this is the hand held tool box?? Have you ever saw one?? Also lists the hammer,punches, wrenches and even the wood blocks for supporting the puller have numbers. I don't know how many tools were actually stamped with the numbers on or not but here is at least something to go by

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Posted: 3/8/2012 2:25:11 AM
   

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Hello Joe,

You have got some interesting pictures and part # there. I have printed them off so that they can be added to the list.

Thanks

Alan


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Posted: 3/15/2012 3:52:57 AM
   

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Whilst you were all at the Spring Meet in Iowa last Saturday, here in UK Alan was visiting my place in Licolnshire photographing and documenting wrenches for his mamoth Massey project.  He brought along his list so far and my word what an amount of "extensive research" he has done putting hours and hours into the research and when you get to see it you will understand from the numbers of M-H and related Company wrenches he has listed.

We did have a break for some good old English Fish and Chips for lunch at a famous pub where some of you travellers visited last July, so if your ears were burning in Iowa it was us talking about you here in UK.

Malcolm.



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Posted: 3/18/2012 10:08:41 AM
   

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It's true the FIsh & Chips are bigger and better on the otherside of the pond, here is a picture I can smell them just looking at it!!

Alan I was digging in the shed today and found this wrench I got from a guy in Canada several years back he said it was a Sawyer Massey Wrench. I looked in the list you gave me when we were over there and did not see it listed, or if it was I missed it. Here is a couple pictures of it with measurements.

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