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Old 03-13-2007, 07:43 PM   #1
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Identify a Proto Socket 4515

Bought some used tools. What the heck is this for? Couldn't find it on the Proto web site It's a Proto 4515 to be used with a 1/2" rachet. All measurements are approximate. It's 3 1/2" long.The face has a 3/4" round hole and through the side there is a offset 3/4" hole. Set 1" from the face there is a centered 1/4" hole as well. It is stamped "Made in the U.S.A."

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Bought some used tools. What the heck is this for? Couldn't find it on the Proto web site It's a Proto 4515 to be used with a 1/2" rachet. All measurements are approximate. It's 3 1/2" long.The face has a 3/4" round hole and through the side there is a offset 3/4" hole. Set 1" from the face there is a centered 1/4" hole as well. It is stamped "Made in the U.S.A."

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http://cgi.cafr.ebay.ca/Proto-Stud-R...QQcmdZViewItem

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No wonder I have 2 of them. I don't have the 3 other pieces to make them work

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No wonder I have 2 of them. I don't have the 3 other pieces to make them work

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No worries. Took some fiddling with Google ... "Proto" kept coming up with biotech stuff, and "proto socket" got me enough Linux networking sourcecode to gag a digicamel.

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