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    Default What's this spanner for ?

    Hi all.

    Came across this tool recently.. 290mm long with a 19mm hex opening one end, and a triangular opening on the other.
    the RXN logo should be a giveaway, but is unfamiliar to me.
    Any ideas ?
    Ken.

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    Vandal proof garden taps have that configuration

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    Bike spanner. The two pins used for adjusting the crank bearing.


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    Default Thirsty people proof

    Quote Originally Posted by China View Post
    Vandal proof garden taps have that configuration
    Thats funny . I thought a vandle would break the tap of not ju as t open it.

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    Default spanner

    Quote Originally Posted by markpest View Post
    Bike spanner. The two pins used for adjusting the crank bearing.


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    not sure about being a bike spanner, its a foot long (12") !
    ken.

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    Theres a stock exchange listing RXN might fit the bill to

    "Rexnord Corporation is a Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based company listed on the New York Stock Exchange. It was founded in 1891 by Christopher Levalley and incorporated in 1892 as the Chain Belt Company. It had "$67.5 million in profit and $1.9 billion in sales" in 2016. Wikipedia "

    They do plumbing fittings so China might be correct
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry72 View Post
    Theres a stock exchange listing RXN might fit the bill to

    "Rexnord Corporation is a Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based company listed on the New York Stock Exchange. It was founded in 1891 by Christopher Levalley and incorporated in 1892 as the Chain Belt Company. It had "$67.5 million in profit and $1.9 billion in sales" in 2016. Wikipedia "

    They do plumbing fittings so China might be correct
    Thanks harry72

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