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Old 01-07-2001, 06:00 PM
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I just got back from the antique store where I found a tool marked Mercedes - Benz for only 3.00. It is a heyco tool, I looked in the Hazet catalog to see if I could find an equivilent, but with no luck. Can anyone help me identify this?

If I had to guess, I wouls say it is some sort of valve adjustment tool. It is about 8.5 inches long, it looks like a single ended 18 or 19mm box wrench with two kinks in the handle to give clearance/prevent skinned knuckles.

The markings are as follows, starting at the wrench end:

208
Made in germany
Heyco
000581 1936
Mercedes-Benz

Anyone have any ideas? If it is not related to a 300TD I may be willing to sell it...

-Zach
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Old 01-07-2001, 06:33 PM
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If that wrench is 17mm, then by description it is a M110 engine valve adjustment tool.
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