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MWTCA July 2016 "What's It" Contest

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On 7/24/2016 at 9:56 AM, Bookum21 said:

I think your close but I'm pretty sure it's the beater to a hand washing machine press.  This pic is the closest I could find with the arms like what's in the picture above

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Remember though, the item displayed is only 5" in length. I don't think that would be long enough to be of any use in a washer machine. Not too mention only a little bit of the finger would extend past the curved portion of the bracket.

I love these suggestions guys!

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I'd need a detailed manual and a video of it in operation...then MAYBE I could hazard a guess.

I'm fairly certain it's not a horse apple peeler, though.:)

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On 7/27/2016 at 9:15 AM, Ron Altier said:

I showed the pictures of both unknowns to the old guys............................not a clue:)

Well if the "Old Guys" can't get it, than who can!

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22 minutes ago, p_toad said:

I don't see the original picture.   Is it still available?  thanks

Sorry!!!! I'll get the image up asap!

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@p_toad, image is live. My apologies.

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