890. 12-7/8" long:
This is a salesman's sample, so the actual device would have been larger.
891. 3" long, the first correct answer for this one wins a t-shirt from Neatorama.
The lower piece can freely move up or down:
892. The wheel shape has a diameter of 4-1/2", submitted by a visitor:
893. Another visitor sent in this unidentified piece of hardware, he discovered it in his front yard in Florida when removing some plants. The ends appear to be copper and the shaft is a hollow tube of fiberglass, 14-3/4" long:
894a. 12" in length, along with naming this tool, also describe the purpose of the ring attached to the side:
It's hollow from the base of the wedge at least up to the hole seen in the third photo:
894b. 14" long, used in a similar manner as the previous tool, hollow from the bottom up to the small hole in the side; additionally, describe why there is a red cloth attached with a chain:
895a. 10" long:
895b. 9-1/2" long, another version of the same device:
Last week's set is seen below, click here to view the entire post:
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