Here is another unknown T(?) tool, similar to the one I posted pics of the other day.
But, this one is a bit smaller.
Anybody have any idea of what this tool is for ?
I figure it is a T tool, as it has the following number cast into it :- T-70.
The opening at the bottom is 1-3/4" wide.
It's a very heavy & solid tool!
Stevens Tool Co. used a "T" prefix on their tools but neither of the ones you posted are in any of my Stevens catalogs or literature nor in my collection.
Just because there is a "T" in the part number doesn't necessarily mean it's for a Model T. Do you have a T generator gear or T crank gear to verify the opening of your pullers ? The casting rib on the back could be for clamping the puller in a vise ?
Can you make out what's in the diamond? I can't tell from the pictures. There were at least half a dozen tool companies that used a diamond logo.
If it's small, which I suspect it is for some reason - it could be for the starter bendix
The width of the Bendix Drive Head puller is 5/8 inch.
Ron the Coilman
I use that to crack open Walnuts! But now I'll put it in the shop since I now know it's a gear puller.