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    Can someone please identify the small punch/chisel and it's use?I inherited 2 I have seen them before but not sure where. Also can someone please explain how 1 person can end up with so many wrenches? I think it's time for a yard sale. The chisel is 7 inches end to end Name:  20200111_160830.jpg
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    Maybe pry a seal out with?

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    Looks like a seal puller for sure, only other thing might be a old style brake adjuster tool. Looks kinda of like you been in my shop. I could probably supply half the board with a screwdriver.
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    I am thinking brake tool
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    Brake adjusting spoon on one end....brake spring tool on the other end
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    Quote Originally Posted by "G" View Post
    Brake adjusting spoon on one end....brake spring tool on the other end
    What G said, diff. A Brake shoes adjuster and spring tool !!!!


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    I have about 4 of the different brake adjustment tools none like that though. It has sharp edge on the chisel end and a sharp point on the other.
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    Drum brake tool for sure!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cray View Post
    Looks like a seal puller for sure, only other thing might be a old style brake adjuster tool. Looks kinda of like you been in my shop. I could probably supply half the board with a screwdriver.
    I agree. The pointed end makes it a breeze to work with the springs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cray View Post
    Looks like a seal puller for sure, only other thing might be a old style brake adjuster tool. Looks kinda of like you been in my shop. I could probably supply half the board with a screwdriver.
    Definitely old time drum brake adjuster. Used to have slot in the back of drum, you could slip that in and adjust that star bolt/adjuster.

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