Discussion in 'The Tool Shed' started by mortten, Oct 7, 2017.
Picked these up for $1.00 today.
The only thing I find at yard sales near me are toddler clothes with spit up stains and ornate tea pots with pink and brown floral print, sometimes the tea pot includes 3 out of 4 cups, but only two with handles.
I think I need to move.
Right place... Right timing.
Looks like Craftsman timing lights. I'm still using mine, bought probably 30 yrs ago.
Yep. Identical twins. The daughter of an old time bike mechanic was selling these. I asked about the one in the case if it worked. She said she didn't know. Take them both for $1. Then she said take these spray guns also. Both are Sharpes. One is a model 75 which I already had one of. The other has no number on it. Both timing lights work. I should be set for life.
I still have my 110 volt timing light I bought to check dirt bikes, no battery required. I have not used it in years, but it still works on motors that have no battery.
I have that same timing light if that is the one with the adjustable advance on the butt end. I also have my Sears Craftsman Engine analyzer with all the cords and even have the instructions.
glad to see your up and around
I have one of those timing lights . good score
Pre accident post from October.
But I am up and around.
I also have the analyzer, remote starter, & compression gauge that came as a kit. After all these years.
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