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12/26/2011 02:57:46 PM · #176
I really had no clue, so I cheated :) Looking at the answer I would never had guessed that.

Btw. That link isn't working anymore

12/26/2011 03:08:31 PM · #177
It's not for a desk or the feet on anything. Here's the other side of it, which ought to give a big clue as to what it may be used for.
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12/26/2011 03:12:59 PM · #178
It's an Apple note book wrench for when You're getting ready to throw the thing crashing down to the ground you can unwrench it and break it into parts for a longer session of throwing parts!!!
12/26/2011 03:15:14 PM · #179
It's an Apple stem remover, kind of like an Apple corer but different.
12/26/2011 03:31:02 PM · #180
Originally posted by littlemav:

It's an Apple note book wrench for when You're getting ready to throw the thing crashing down to the ground you can unwrench it and break it into parts for a longer session of throwing parts!!!

An excellent thing to do with a Macbook, but no.
12/26/2011 03:40:43 PM · #181
Because apple computers never break down, a tool for an apple computer is an oxymoron.
It must be a tool to adjust Beatles music nuts.
12/26/2011 03:56:25 PM · #182
it's a tool to unbolt your last penny from your wallet so you can afford an apple
12/26/2011 04:25:49 PM · #183
For mounting cards in your computer?
12/26/2011 04:29:25 PM · #184
5mm Apple Wrench, circa 1982, to mount the serial cards.
12/26/2011 04:46:25 PM · #185
Originally posted by spiritualspatula:

For mounting cards in your computer?

Close, very close. Not for mounting the cards themselves however. I think Bears's description is a bit closer.

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

5mm Apple Wrench, circa 1982, to mount the serial cards.

Used for the little screws that mount ports to PCB's. This one came with an 80's vintage SCSI card for an Apple II.
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Message edited by author 2011-12-26 16:48:15.
12/26/2011 04:49:45 PM · #186
Damn. Well, mind if I post mine from the other day? I got skipped over in my absence.

Message edited by author 2011-12-26 16:49:55.
12/26/2011 04:50:30 PM · #187
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12/26/2011 04:51:45 PM · #188
Originally posted by spiritualspatula:

Damn. Well, mind if I post mine from the other day? I got skipped over in my absence.


May's well run two :-)
12/26/2011 04:56:14 PM · #189
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And a guess for Bear-
a piston of some type?
12/26/2011 05:03:09 PM · #190
@bear - a keychain pill bottle
12/26/2011 05:05:30 PM · #191
Originally posted by IAmEliKatz:

@bear - a keychain pill bottle


That was fast! Onwards and upwards!

R.
12/26/2011 06:05:47 PM · #192
Originally posted by spiritualspatula:

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And a guess for Bear-
a piston of some type?


Metal weedeater head.
12/26/2011 06:57:11 PM · #193
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by IAmEliKatz:

@bear - a keychain pill bottle


That was fast! Onwards and upwards!

R.


I always see them when I'm at the pharmacy lol.

If anyone else has anything else to post, go for it, as I'm out roaming NYC and won't be able to submit a shot anytime soon.
12/26/2011 07:17:38 PM · #194
Originally posted by spiritualspatula:

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The working end of a de-icing tool. The "EX" has clearly been hot, and it's too clean to have eaten weeds...
12/26/2011 08:03:42 PM · #195
No to both guesses, though Steve is closer.
12/26/2011 08:08:35 PM · #196
Business end of a flamethrower?
12/26/2011 08:16:47 PM · #197
A propane burner for cooking turkeys and such?
12/26/2011 08:25:31 PM · #198
Those last two are correct in terms of the principle, but not the specific usage.
12/26/2011 08:35:17 PM · #199
Originally posted by spiritualspatula:

Those last two are correct in terms of the principle, but not the specific usage.


Looks to me like a light-weight camp stove.
12/26/2011 08:44:10 PM · #200
Originally posted by kirbic:

Originally posted by spiritualspatula:

Those last two are correct in terms of the principle, but not the specific usage.


Looks to me like a light-weight camp stove.


Bingo.
Expedition grade stove for my frequent backcountry travels.
//cascadedesigns.com/en/msr/stoves/rapid/xgk-ex/product
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