Turner’s Cube

I admit it… I had never heard of Turner’s Cube. I guess in today’s world of CNC machining, the idea of one is obsolete, but that doesn’t make it any less cool.

Check it out.

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Cochran Tools

For obvious reasons, I have an embarrassingly large collection of Cochran Speednut wrenches. If you are unfamiliar, the Speednut was an early adjustable wrench made first around 1910. I use mine ever so often and they actually do work fairly well, so its no real surprise that a ton were made and they aren’t all that uncommon to see at swap meets and the like every now and then.

However, Cochran also made a combination wrench set. These are much rarer… and seem to be impossible find. Hell, I can’t even find a photo… and was curious if any of you guys might have a set, a single wrench, or even a photo… If so, post it up!

 

 

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Plastic Bins
Plastic Bins