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US Patent: 558,246
Wagon Wrench
George E. Wood - Southington, CT

USPTO Classifications:
81/417, 81/420

Tool Categories:
wrenches : axle nut wrenches


George E. Wood - Southington, CT

Arthur B. Jenkins
C. E. Buckland
J. Stern

Patent Dates:
Applied: Oct. 31, 1895
Granted: Apr. 14, 1896

Patent Pictures:
George E. Wood patent April 14, 1896
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The wrench is a specialized tongs, with a spring to close the jaws, and a knob at the pivot. The jaws are shaped as halves of a square socket. This design grips the corners of axle nuts, and the spring holds the jaws closed onto the nut so it can be laid aside while the wheel hub and axle are lubricated.

Produced as the PERFECTION WAGON WRENCH, in at least 3 sizes. 1896 trade journal pieces suggest Peck, Stow & Wilcox was involved in producing the wrench.

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