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The red handled tool has no marking.
The castings are 8-19-80 or 08-61-8. They're out of a friends shop who had a small engine business, sadly now has alzheimers.
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Sorry, forgot pics.
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The second one appears to be a flywheel puller. The ist one might be a ring compressor but need something there for scale.
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Hope this pic helps.
Also, one casting is bored 2", the other threaded 1 5/8' x 18, holes are on 3" circle
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Looks a LOT like clutch hub tools for eg bike clutches or chainsaws etc.... very often the older japanese engines had a threaded clutch hub, you would use a bushing that was threaded both inside and out, with a spindle and handle... hold the handle with one hand, turn the spindle with the other till it pops off the end of the crank.
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Thanx, he was a Hodaka dealer. Good place to start.
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Hope this pic helps.
Also, one casting is bored 2", the other threaded 1 5/8' x 18, holes are on 3" circle
It's a $100 Penny Pincher!
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Thanx, he was a Hodaka dealer. Good place to start.
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