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    [QUOTE=V8Ian;3121157]I'll PM you his phone number.

    I am in Encounter Bay , allow a bit for daylight saving, another bit for time zone, another bit for the curvature of the earth, take off some for QLD. having lost the S.o.O., and I shall ring just after Saitch has completed his second trip to the loo.😉

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    As an apprentice we called it a Plugging chisel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vern View Post
    As an apprentice we called it a Plugging chisel
    I think that's what my Dad called it (he was a brickie).
    I have his old one somewhere..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saitch View Post
    I was poking around in an old tool box a mate left for me and found this. Some type of cold chisel?
    Anyone know the specific use? Looks like a few good hits in it's time.
    Length= 250mm, blade width at widest point= 30mm, blade thickness= 4mm

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    I'd say they are used for chopping up old floor tiles

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    I have a couple. I always found them useful for knocking out bearing races from wheel hubs etc, where there is only a small lip to get purchase on from behind.
    ​JayTee

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