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Kris, its a special tool for repairing trck tire chains. Not sure what it is called, today was the first time I have ever seen one. I found out where the shop bought it so next trip to town that'll be a stop, 'fraid a 100 bill won't buy it. The jaws on the left open the croos link and the ones on the right crip them back on. Sure beats vise grips or channel lock pliers.. MPH http://a0.cpimg.com/image/EE/94/9805550-38c5-028001E0-.jpg

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I have a set of chain pliers but they only have 1 set of jaws flat wedged shape with opening in middle. you use the wedge shape to open the link and the opening in the middle to close the link but they are old and most people don't know what they are. I think my grandfather had them on his truck back then they ran chains all winter. This & $1.00 might get you a small coffee Maynard aka/ucd

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