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    This is where those 1 wonky shopping trolley wheels go for re-alignment

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    Ross carrier. Homestead Steel Works. February, 1963.

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    Press drill in the McKees Rocks Machine and Erecting Shop. November, 1903.

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    Im sure when the guy using a hand brace drill saw this it gave him a rock hard erection also.

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    traffic? what traffic.

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    re* 733 Running I'd guess a solid tap holder?
    Someone will look at this and cry about no chip shield.
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    Check out the open knife switches on the base... or the open chain drive.
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    back then shields and warrning labels weren't needed. people were smarter back then.with some uncommon cents that seem to of been bread out of oh somany people somehow. I blame it on the dinosaurs dyeing off.

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    And the exposed terminals on the motor case.
    Looks like the apprentice forgot to pull the pin on the back gear at some stage too. Broken tooth there at 5 o'clock

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    That's a DC motor. Chance of shock is very low...

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    well **** !! 12 BOLT CAN TELL WHAT TIME THE TOOTH BROKE!!! hell I cant even see the dam clock!!!

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