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This wrench can be found with and without the hammer poll, this is the hammerless variant. This 7370 wrench and one marked "10" are the only two wrenches known associated with the Empire Plow company.The B238 wrench was later replaced by the similar 105A wrench. The "ET" was thought to of stood for Emerson-Talcott (predecessor of Emerson-Brantingham) till some engineering drawings were discovered in the old David Bradley factory showing this wrench was issued with Bradley's Queen Sulky Rakes and Vulcan Cultivators. Although there is no known connection between the two companies this wrench is listed in both Moline Plow Company of Moline, Illinois and Sattley Manufacturing Company of Racine, Wisconsin parts lists for sulky plows. became part of Minneapolis Moline in 1929 and Sattley was purchased by Montgomery Ward in 1916 The Superior Drill Company was one of the companies that formed the American Seeding Machine Company in 1903.Other footnotes show the American equivalents of the recommended British lubricants.
Because of the tight radius (for O Scale) of the curved sections used by all of these tracks, Lionel was limited by the length of the engines and cars that could be run on these tracks.
This one has "1937" written in pencil on the cover, but the form number is "MS-38", the parts lists on its pages show many parts for 1937 tractors as different from the then-current parts, most of the photos show the post-1937 single-filler fuel tank, and the PTO operating instructions are for the post-1937 PTO control.
I believe this manual is the 1938 edition, but can't be 100% sure.
We buy outright, sell on commission and organize auctions. For more information see Hercules/Economy Gas Engine Wrenches No markings on this wrench but it ahs been identified from illustrations in Hercules and Economy Gas Engine Parts Books as an igniter wrench (listed as part Nos097, X097, 23X097, 47T101, ands 101 in several parts books).
Patent for this an "Improvement in Wire-Band Cutters" was issued to Robert Hale of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Appleton Company manufactured windmills, gas engines, corn huskers, corn shedders, manure spreaders, and saws. For more information see Hercules/Economy Gas Engine Wrenches No markings on this wrench but it ahs been identified from illustrations in Hercules and Economy Gas Engine Parts Books as an igniter wrench (part Nos. This the smaller size straight variant (socket sizes are the same as the smaller "L" shaped variant). Sockets are interchangeable and this one is fitted with a 1-1/4" square example.