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There must have been very few sold. For a lighter duty vise, they seem very well made. Add to Watchlist. Vintage dunlap hammer a valid country. Orange, California, United States. Code BT. This same method of construction is still used in the best Japanese tools today. The only forge code on them is a V.
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One quirk hamker the Button's pliers is that they were never offered in alloy steel and therefore did not carry the "Vanadium" marking. Further Discussion Although the hypothetical scenario above may not capture all of the details of the manufacturer's code system, it's plausible that at least some parts of this dialogue could Vintage dunlap hammer occurred, and probably on multiple hammer. Produced Craftsman box wrenches, e. One fairly common marking is a stamped or forged "C" inside a circle, typically placed on the inside of the handles near the ends. Button's pliers were initially available in sizes 6, 8, and Vintage dunlap hammer inches. A careful examination of this mark shows that the "C" has been incised into a circular depression in the forging die, rather than stamped into the finished handle. But what Model rr museums your company's tools are very similar to the other production and have dunlxp special identifying marks? Size 6 or 6. The shank also has a forged-in "N4" code to the right of the panel. The Vintage dunlap hammer was just 95 cents.
Just added the hacksaw and tack hammer to these today.
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Just added the hacksaw and tack hammer to these today. I think I also have a DL egg beater drill somewhere. I like Dunlap tools! You stole my fence pliers not a tack hammer? I have the same era. No idea where I got them.
Cool stuff. The only Dunlap item I have is a small 3. It doesn't get much use because of the size but I like to look at it :. Have some vises, one of which I've restored. For a lighter duty vise, they seem very well made. I've been building my Dunlap screw driver collection by watching out for them at flea markets.. I started with a few that I inherited from my uncle, where I first saw them as a kid. And because of this thread, I bought a few Dunlap ratcheting wrenches today.
I'm glad we could be of some "assistance". I purchased an old 3. PM me. Added this P1 to my collection from the flea market finds today Here is my Dunlap machinists' tool box I picked up several years ago. I use it to store some of my pocket knife collection. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk. It seems that not a week goes by without something being added. Now my Buddies are sending me their Dunlap finds. I have some random Dunlap stuff, along with the hex tool holder.
Mine has the double sizes in it. Jim C. Can anyone help me with a parts list for the Dunlap socket set this came from? I'm missing adapters I know, but sizes and 6 pt or 12 pt would be helpful.
I think this thread also helped me identify a lone socket that has been stumping me. Confirmation please? Thanks to all in advance. The ratchet came from the set at the top of the page. If you don't have a use for it, it is about the only thing missing from my set. Willing to swap for something you need. Here are some recent additions to my Dunlap collection donated by my tool buddies. I picked up this cool Dunlap punch and chisel set in the red holder last week at an estate sale.
About 6' wide x 6" high x 8" deep. Very clean, but plastic drawers. Nice find paulm12, I have two of those Dunlap parts cabinets and later one with clear drawers and a Craftsman label. I picked up a Dunlap blowtorch at the Tahoe flea on Sunday. Here it is with my similar Craftsman torch and an image from the catalog. Always found the Dunlap screwdrivers to be rather attractive looking. Extra credit for guessing who made these. I never really thought too much about who manufactured the wrenches.
I think my dad still has a couple old Dunlap wrench sets. Anyway, the wrenches in my post above all bear the "LC" manufacturer's mark. Based on a little research I did as a result of your quiz question, I'd say they were manufactured by J. Along with Craftsman tools, Sears was sourcing the Dunlap offerings from many manufacturers. You know, that's a good question. Jim Okay, I'll let the cat out of the bag TruFit wrenches.
I've studied Lectrolite extensively for a couple of reasons. These were made starting in the early s, and were made in the very same Defiance Ohio plant that made the S-K wrenches up until its bankruptcy and acquisition by Ideal. The LC can be found on many contract wrenches from that era that have no brand name on them, sold by who knows how many companies--I know they sold a slew of them!
Once you get an eye for them, you can instantly pick them out of a tool pile a mile away. Lectrolite made the TruFit design double box ends for Sears starting sometime in the first half of the s. They are first marked Dunlap until about , when corporate decided to phase out the name on these kinds of wrenches, replacing it with just the plain SEARS name.
Around , Sears changed manufacturers to overseas. The reason for the changeover could be one of two factors. The date corresponds to the purchase of SK and the Lectrolite Corp. It could very well be that Wayne either decided to end that contract or raised the prices beyond what Sears wanted to pay.
Anyway, that's the scoop as I know it. Anyone know about the Y code groove joint pliers? I'm guessing they're from Japan but maybe they just didn't bother to stamp USA on them.
It's my understanding that Sears phased out the "Dunlap" brand name on its hand tools by the s. Japan really didn't do much importing tools under contract to the USA until the s.
Without pictures of the pliers in question, it's hard to make an identification but here are a couple of Dunlap tools Sears imported from Germany. Okay, I'll let the cat out of the bag You really know your stuff about Lectrolite manufactured wrenches. Thanks for the detailed answer. They might actually just say "Sears" on them. I'll have to look next time I'm there. I'll be looking for that "LC" mark on them. These look old, perhaps pre-WW2 since a lot of post-war stuff is marked West Germany up until reunification, which of course occurred after the Dunlap era.
I don't see a lot of Dunlap mechanics hand tools down here in Florida. Don't know why, just rarely encounter them. Of those I see, they're all USA. But it doesn't surprise me that a few Dunlap were made in Europe, especially early ones.
I still think it would be surprising to find a Japan-made Dunlap hand tool since the two time periods don't line up well. Post-war Japan imported few traditionally USA-made products in earnest until the s they made lots of dime store stuff and cheap ceramics during the s as well as a few mfrs cranking out cheap fishing tackle , and I believe by that time the Dunlap name on hardline hand tools was history.
Of course, a single artifact can turn the established historical view on its head I've found a few items like that myself. That's the fun and sometimes frustration about collecting. D42jeep, dads tools, What was I thinking. Here they are. Here are your pliers in the Craftsman catalog from Twertsy's site. The circle Y is likely an unidentified American manufacturers code.
Maybe somebody will recognize the unique handle pattern. It doesn't look familiar to me. In '54, with that slip joint design, those should be made by Champion DeArment I think I have a CDA cat from '53 on my desk at home waiting for scan I'll have to look if I can remember.
Looks like a Champion DeArment Yep. Here's a pair of Channellock branded needle nose side cutters with the same grip pattern. I'm familiar with the Channellock pattern and the Dunlap pattern is different if you enlarge it a little. I'll check both collections later to see if I have anything matching. Thanks guys. They aren't in my 60 catalogue. The grip does look channelockish but the machining of grooves and finish work are horrid.
Also there's no reinforcing rib on the side which I think channelock had made by that time.
Mystery Ratchet. By the spring of the model number had changed to and the price had been reduced to just 19 cents, and in the late s this model moved from the Merit to the Dunlap brand, but retained the model number. Tools of the Pre-Craftsman Era Sears had been selling tools and hardware for several decades prior to the introduction of the Craftsman brand in This raises the question as to when the manufacturer's codes first came into general use. The same set was listed again in the Sears Spring-Summer catalog.
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