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mal webber11/09/2019 23:46:08
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Hi can anyone enlighten what these are for ,the only thing I good come up with are some sort of injector seat cleaning or something to that effect.

Thanks Mal.

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charadam11/09/2019 23:50:39
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Domestic (or other) water tap seat recutting tools.

 

Edited By charadam on 11/09/2019 23:52:20

Bill Phinn11/09/2019 23:51:12
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They look like tap reseating tools to me, Mal.

eta: beaten to it.

Edited By Bill Phinn on 11/09/2019 23:51:49

Swarf Maker11/09/2019 23:51:44
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It's a re-seating tool for water taps. The brass bodied kind of tap with a rubber washer.

Swarf Maker11/09/2019 23:52:19
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All together now chaps!

Dennis R11/09/2019 23:52:58
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They are valve seat cutters, the tapered threaded part screws into different size valve holes inorder to make it more adaptable.

Dennis

Beaten to it!

Edited By Dennis R on 11/09/2019 23:54:02

mal webber11/09/2019 23:59:50
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Thanks every one now I know what there for now 'had these for years but had no idea what they were yes

Mal.

Edited By mal webber on 12/09/2019 00:00:31

Jeff Dayman12/09/2019 00:01:45
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I'm pretty sure it is for doing dental work on elephants.

(could be wrong, the plumbers above could be right) laugh

XD 35112/09/2019 03:54:04
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Sphincter surfacing tool 😀

I once machined down the diameter of the cutter to use as a spot face cutter for spot facing the opposite side of a base mounting hole on one of my model engines , a bit fiddly but it worked !

Speedy Builder512/09/2019 06:41:57
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Similar ones used for removing piles ?

not done it yet12/09/2019 07:02:14
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Last two posts are a load of ‘excrement’!

Any more anal ideas?smiley

Nigel Graham 220/09/2019 21:35:54
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I have a random bound volume of about WW1 vintage, of Model Engineer. In it, one correspondent describes how he re-cut his kitchen tap seat.

Essentially he made something like a Keats Angle-plate from wood and bolts, to hold the lower half of the tap on his lathe face-plate.

Obviously he cannot have had a Mystery Tool, Taps, Domestic, for the Re-seating of.

The taps of his day were simple bib-cocks whose upper half could be unscrewed from only just above the seating. He probably had only one, cold, tap - and possibly in the whole house, not just on the scullery's porcelain sink - so not worth the cost of a Mystery Tool, ditto, when he already had a lathe.

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