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Vintage Caterpillar tools

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2 years 3 months ago #235485 by Rome K/G
Replied by Rome K/G on topic Vintage Caterpillar tools
I have a Holt wrench too but not sure if its for an arbor on an angle grinder or something else.
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2 years 3 months ago #235488 by gauntjoh
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I have a Holt wrench too but not sure if its for an arbor on an angle grinder or something else.

That looks very much like a wrench used to tighten “Jackson” type flat belt connectors.

John Gaunt, ACMOC Director, UK
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2 years 1 month ago - 2 years 1 month ago #237133 by CATtools
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Not sure if this wrench is a Caterpillar wrench. Armstrong L-2302 3/4" - 15/16". I bought it(after him-hawing around for 12 hours) because I knew Caterpillar has a tool with a number L-2303 and to only be one digit different made me curious. I can find no info online but haven't tried very hard, been to busy trying to find the perfect linux system for my new computer.
 
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2 years 1 month ago - 2 years 1 month ago #237134 by CATtools
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sorry, I double posted
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2 years 1 month ago #237142 by ChuckC
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I have a lot of Armstrong tools. Years ago, the scrap yard that my father and I worked for picked up all of the scrap from Armstrong Bros in Chicago. Most of the Armstrong tools I have came in as scrap.
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1 year 3 months ago #245108 by bernie
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3B6283 by Vlchek-what is its use?

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1 year 3 months ago #245110 by rax200
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Hi, it is a bleed screw spanner see the link to a pot on old service tools.

www.acmoc.org/bb/discussion-d72/28472-vi...illar-tools?start=30

Regards

Daryl

1937 RD4 4G4368
1940 D4 7J3717
1942 D4 7J9915SP
1942 R4 6G2550SP
1944 D4 2T6584SP
1945 D4 2T8978SP
1946 D4 5T6271
1956 D4 7U37855
1954 DH226 S/N 89 Howard Tug
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1 year 3 months ago #245111 by bernie
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Thanks Daryl👍. Funny, you found it on the post we are working off of. I saw the wrench on this thread and thought it looked like an injection pump wrench for the bleed screws, but it doesn’t look like the style listed in the D4’s Serviceman’s Reference. Is that a different style or won’t work on a D4 / D2? Might be a little wide on the spanned end-

Thanks.

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1 year 3 months ago #245122 by rax200
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Hi bernie,
Yes it will fit a D2/D4 and all other machines, as I have one sitting on my desk in the shed. The is a range of part numbers for these tools, from what I can figure out the part numbers are,

3B6283
4A46
8B6975
9F22 (Chapter 19 have reproduced)
5P2682 (Socket still avaliable from Cat)

Hope this helps

Daryl

1937 RD4 4G4368
1940 D4 7J3717
1942 D4 7J9915SP
1942 R4 6G2550SP
1944 D4 2T6584SP
1945 D4 2T8978SP
1946 D4 5T6271
1956 D4 7U37855
1954 DH226 S/N 89 Howard Tug

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1 year 3 months ago #245127 by bernie
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3B6283-will soon know how well it works on my D4400 and D311. Thanks again, Daryl et al!

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