Natural steel finish PROTO branded MFD USA 5in long 1/2" square drive extension
Plomb Tool Company
Found this tiny puller at an estate sale. It was a contract tool for the "W.T. Co". I don't know who they were or what they made but I'd like to think it was Walker-Turner because I work on their machines often. Interesting things to me are the width of the crossbar (4") and the fact that the push-bar has a dedicated end that spins on bearings. Any ideas anyone?
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Used only in late (1945) GMTS
This drive adapter has "5653 Proto Los Angeles MFD USA" stamped on the side.
This breaker bar has the Pebble panels on both sides. On one side is "PLOMB" and on the other is "MFD 3265 U.S.A."