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found this today in a wash below and old mine, any ideas as to what it might be.

Got it with my Equinox 800 in park 1, was looking for possible coins, had the 6 inch coil, sure sounded good.

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I believe its an old lug wrench. Used a cross bar with a square hole in it to turn what you have. Needed due to the depth of the older truck wheels

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It’s a tool to take the lug nuts off your car. One end with the blade on it is to pop the hubcaps off. It’s one more part out there to make it complete. That’s my take on it .

Chuck

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kind of what I was thinking, but have never seen a straight one..don't matter, I found it , now it is mine

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Wow, looked it up, now that I had an idea where to start, showed one listed as fitting a 1988  to 1989 Chevy truck

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