Looks like a puller for the top gear drum in the transmission. Christchurch swapmeet purchase?
Perhaps but it doesn't look wide or deep enough for the "disk drum". There's NO SCALE to the picture! It could be used to pull needles off gauges or flywheels off punch presses for all we know.
It's probably a universal tool since it has the stops at the top. I have a similar tool from the late 30s or early 40s but with longer arms.
Stevens clutch drum puller - # T-301
Addendum - the puller's legs have been reversed - the points need to be towards the outside.
I agree with Steve. Its a clutch drum puller, and the legs need to be reversed, with the pins pointing out.
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Yours is missing a small spring and wingnut on one side - I believe the side that has the nut on it - the other side is/should be "fixed". I'll try and get a photo of mine for you.
And I thought it was an apple core remover!
Dennis, real men eat the core too. No need to remove it.
Allan from down under.