Found this in a box with a Ford jack and assorted wrenches. What is it?
Need more info. Is the cylindrical portion hollow? Looks like 2 chain hooks molded or cast into the cylindrical part. I made something similar for lifting. Used on the front end loader hay spike - closed on one end for lifting with a chain in a hook welded to the closed end cylinder that slips over the spike..
It is the Loyal order of the Water Buffalo hat that was made for the Henry Ford Radiator cap.
I was thinking of a Viking helmet, but that ^ is along the same line. LOL
That is ‘WAY too funny Denny. LOL!
Looks like a attachment for a porta-power hydraulic unit you could use for frame straightening or something similar. Jim
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How Big Is It ??
Thanks George, we picked one up since that picture was put up.
Tom, it's about 1.75" long, and has a 1/2" hole through the center.
That radiator cap is a pretty fair likeness of ol' Henry without any horns.
If that is threaded on the inside, I once seen a wing nut with similar shape
Just a guess but i think it is used on a pump rod in a old oil field?? Bud.