I picked this wrench up a while back online, no sizes marked but one end is .580 (14.7mm), the other .520" (13.2mm). Forged on one side is the name and city; it appeared to be Gacan Forge- Welland Ont., a manufacturer we've never heard of. On the other side is Forged Steel Treated. Another little mystery wrench, we thought!
Update; a couple of people corrected us on this one, much appreciated! It's actually a G4 Canforge wrench, a not uncommon name around here. We covered this manufacturer here.
Below, another Canforge wrench, this one has the name stamped into the head, leaving us to guess what size it is, I guess.
Isn't this the same manufacturer as here: https://progress-is-fine.blogspot.com/2014/12/vanished-tool-brands-canforge-welland.html?
It looks to me like G4 or C4 CANFORGE
I was just about to leave the same comment! And same link! I agree, it's definitely a CANFORGE wrench.
It looks pretty much identical to the second wrench in the second photo on that post.
Absolutely right, I stand corrected. With about 10,000 posts in this blog, I'm getting sloppy! Much appreciated, guys.
Thanks for making this strange, wonderful corner of the internet!
All good. You're connecting with people who *all* probably have a second of something that they bought thinking they didn't even have one of them.
I have two basin wrenches for that exact reason…
"I have two basin wrenches for that exact reason…"
You know those flanged rollers for inserting the rubber strip in screen doors...?
Post updated, thanks for the input!
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