Thursday, July 31, 2008

August Theme Day - Metal


I know the tools behind are called spanners. What about the ones in front? I took this shot from a car workshop. Sometimes I think the mechanics are like Inspector Gadget. They seem to have all the tools to reach and fix any part of the car.
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9 comments:

marley said...

Im very grateful for repair places like this as I haven't got a clue about cars! Great photo for theme day :)

Jilly said...

This is great. Fabulous patterns created by the tools. No I don't know what they are called. Aren't they all spanners/ Perhaps not. Nice choice and nice photo.

Z said...

The right tool for the job makes the task much easier to do. I don't know the name of the ones in front. I know what they do, but I don't know what they're called. The watcha-ma-callit...

Rambling Round said...

Glad I don't have to figure out how to use these. Creative photo!

D.C. Confidential said...

I can't remember what those tools are called, but that's a very cool picture!

Happy Theme Day!

Janet

Sally said...

They're wheel nut undoers, but what they are called.....hmmm...."wheel nut undoer thingies" ?

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Sally said...

Oh yes! Wheel brace (in English) and wikipedia tells me in American it's a lug wrench.

Sally said...

Me again (soory!) On second thought I don;t think it is cos the nut remover part is in the middle, whereas a wheel brace has them on the ends of the rod parts.

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