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1463782153483-1805948968.jpgThis was found in daughters driveway after we visited.  It is from a Honda mower or a Toyota Highlander or sienna.

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It was greasy when found.   Help with identification appreciated.

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Hmmm...I found these in the back of one of my tool chest drawers....I know what they are, do you? Think old school cars...no cheating now!  ;)

 

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Springs in a distributor 

oops mac beat me to it. 

They are also commonly used in manure spreaders.

 

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7 minutes ago, Macgyver55 said:

 Distributor mechanical advance springs !;)

Excellent!! Actually a Mr. Gasket Advance curve kit...but that's close enough. Black are the street ones, gold are race/strip ones.

Well poo, you guys are smarter than I thought. I'll rustle up something else. Dotch, whatcha got sittin' in that Studie glovebox?:whistle:

 

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25 minutes ago, RebelSS said:

I'll bet Delmonico has 3 or 4 sets in his garage......;)

I think you are Del-usional

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On ‎5‎/‎20‎/‎2016 at 5:11 PM, delcecchi said:

1463782153483-1805948968.jpgThis was found in daughters driveway after we visited.  It is from a Honda mower or a Toyota Highlander or sienna.

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It was greasy when found.   Help with identification appreciated.

That is a wedge.   at the end of a bike stem for the handle bars, when you tighten the top bolt on the stem it makes the wedge tilt inside the fork tube and wedge tight

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