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Hey guys and gals,

I need help identifying this one. It was in the bottom of one of the boxes I brought home the other day. It's made by Channellock, its a No. 614. My initial web search turned up nothing.

Any idea what it is?
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Hi Doug,

It looks to me like the older style brake pliers.

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Thanks Ken!

That's the clue I needed. I found another example. Thanks again!

Toolmonger Blog Archive Finds: Brake Spring Pliers

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You're welcome Doug.

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Heyyyyyy OLD pair ? ,that's my best pair..LOL

If you still have drum brakes in the rear of your car/truck you still need them ...most don't have drum brakes up front anymore

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I have 2 brand new pair that are over 20yrs old, funny thing is, I've never used them. I guess I used a different method that worked for me. LOL

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I have 2 brand new pair that are over 20yrs old, funny thing is, I've never used them. I guess I used a different method that worked for me. LOL
Yep. You used a screwdriver and channel lock pliers.
I still have some old drum brake tools.

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Hi Ken

Do you use the two band way, that's to say put the springs in place and snap the bands on the drum hub..but how do you get the last spring in place ,,vise cribs ?

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Do you use the two band way, that's to say put the springs in place and snap the bands on the drum hub..but how do you get the last spring in place ,,vise cribs ?

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Was just using a set like the original pic the other day...
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