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EVIL GENIUS
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It appears to be a trowel of some sort. But if you notice the booger weld under it if it was used on concrete it would leave you a nice notch in it. Its about 10" long.
 

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ampman
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looks like a hammer spoon for autobody work
 

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EVIL GENIUS
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Do you have a real job? I am thinking you are spending too much time at garage sales or auctions.
I cleaned out the barn a few weeks back, this is the last on the what is it list for a while. The reason why I posted today was I needed room on my memory stick for a picture to post a what is it picture for a tractor part in a tractor forum.:laughing:

I just printed out a flyer for a concrete contractors auction. I want that scaffolding and ruger 10-22. :shifty:

I dont go to garage sales, Id feel like a old woman.:whistling

Pancake flipper for lowfat pancakes.
I'll use it to flip my fish sticks.
 

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Do you have a real job?
I cleaned out the barn a few weeks back, this is the last on the what is it list for a while. The reason why I posted today was I needed room on my memory stick for a picture to post a what is it picture for a tractor part in a tractor forum.:laughing:

I just printed out a flyer for a concrete contractors auction. I want that scaffolding and ruger 10-22. :shifty:
I'm guessing that means no.
 

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My first instinct would say some kind of coalking trowel or tuckpointing tool, but it appears to be aluminum, so that would probably rule out any use for concrete or mortar. I would have to ultimatly vote for the auto body working tool as stated above.
 

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My first instinct would say some kind of coalking trowel or tuckpointing tool, but it appears to be aluminum, so that would probably rule out any use for concrete or mortar. I would have to ultimatly vote for the auto body working tool as stated above.
Im pretty sure its zinc plated steel.
 

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Looks like a specialty pointing or striking trowel.
 
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