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    May Be Too Easy But I Dont Know.

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    I have several halves of these and never knew what they were, This is the first whole one ive found. im guessing its a wagon part because i found it on a old quarry road but i dont know exactly what it is. roughly the size of an average horseshoe.
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    It is a clevis.. They came in all kinds of shapes and sizes.
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    That's it! Used for attaching a chain to a piece of equiptment.
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    It is a clevis.. They came in all kinds of shapes and sizes.
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    Great that would explain what this goes to, not in the same hole but close by
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony in SC View Post
    That's it! Used for attaching a chain to a piece of equiptment.
    Also used as a hitch, such as hooking up a trailer to a tractor or other pulling equipment.

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    Anybody know how to mark solved when using the phone app I can’t find it

 

 

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