I was told its either an engine crank or a jack handle from a Model T. Any help in identifying would be great!
Picture didn't make it
I can send a pic to anyones E-Mail. It seems that the file is too large to post. And I'm not computer literate enough to shrink it.
Maybe third times a charm sending pic.
It kinda looks to me like a valve wrench of some sort.
Looks like a pre-ratchet type RH and LH extended socket wrench. I see a hole in the side of the left end of the tool so it appears that it has different sized sockets on each end. Can't tell by the picture, but it may be 1/2" & 9/16". A complete set might consist of 6 two ended sockets of various sizes and the one handle. They might also come in different lengths. Jim Patrick
The end has a square hole so it wouldn't be used on a nut.
Maybe it is simple an extended shaft socket and the square hole was for a 3/8" or 1/2" ratchet handle and the handle shown with the curved end is just a different type of accessory handle. Jim Patrick
The main bearing bolts on a Model T Ford engine are square headed as shown in the photo below that Michael Pawelek previously posted (thanks Michael).
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