Tube or pipe roller or something else all together

Discussion in 'Tools' started by rknarr2, May 19, 2019.

  1. rknarr2

    rknarr2 Well-Known Member

    Possibly tube or pipe rollers but I am not really sure. The tops are 5 1/16" long and the bottoms are 4 1/4" long. The sides are 2 1/8". The thickness is 1/2". The wheels are 2 1/2" in diameter and 3/8" thick. The bolts on top are 3 3/8" apart and the bolts are 9/16". I would like to know what these are and age? Thank you. Rob
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  2. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    not wheels for moving something heavy..??
     
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  3. Mixdenny

    Mixdenny Active Member

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  4. rknarr2

    rknarr2 Well-Known Member

    Totally impressed and makes a lot of sense. Another forum, who I also appreciated their knowledge and assistance, could not figure out what they were for me. The owner of these was into black smithing, oil business and logging business as some point. Yes, these are very crude and simple made and vintage and most likely worthless. Thank you for you and everyones help. Rob
     
  5. Firemandk

    Firemandk Active Member

    To the right person for the right job they are as useful today as they were back then and priceless!
     
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  6. rknarr2

    rknarr2 Well-Known Member

    What decade do you think these welding pipe rollers are from? Thank you. Rob
     
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