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(2/17/2013 11:53:40 AM)
I'm sure your catalog is right. M-H seemed to give different part # to the same wrenches and conversely to give one part# to two different things. I have part # 123C down as an oil can as well as a wrench. I got the oil can part # out of a M-H catalog. It was supplied with a No20 Mower in 1916. M-H didn't make things easy with their part #.
Does anyone have any ideas on the flat steel wrenches A, B and F. Perhaps they never had part # but if someone knew what implements they were supplied with that would be very helpful. I think wrench B may have been supplied with a cream separator but I'm not sure.
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