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Today I am doing a restoration review of a Temmah 10" adjustable crescent wrench or shifting spanner - made in Germany, this particular spanner dates back to the 1950s. Check it out!
On the head there is what looks like a date stamp:
Country of origin stamped a little lower - Made In Germany:
On the flipside is what looks like TEMMAH 43:
5/8 - the head thickness? The 10" is a bit more obvious:
The movement of the dynamic jaw was very stiff and so I took it apart for cleaning - this was the first crescent wrench where penetrant alone didn't suffice and I had to pull out the torch as well as put a wrench on the driver:
Very stiff to begin with but it freed up. Component parts:
There is a recess in the screw to allow for a small spring:
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