:lolol: :lolol: :lolol: :munch:It's a double toilet paper holder right? If not maybe one of those super TV antennas that get cable without actually paying for cable?
Okay then if not that, if the top pierce slides back and forth and spins it part of a van De graaff generator for making static electricity right?
That isn't a very good hint, most of us see things upside down anyway. :mocking::laugh: You guys make not being obvious so worth it! :laugh:
Ok, hint #1: It's not in it's correct (as used) orientation.
And because it was noted the top thing does currently rotate/slide, but that will be fixed in use.
well ---could it been some sort of item used on u in a medical operation u might of had this summer--:dunno::laugh:This has nothing to do with chainsaws, or chains, or work for that matter. Well, there's some work involved, but it's recreational fun work, not like work work.
I might not have even told you guys about what this goes to. The summer was kinda fuzzy (as it went by in a blur and *POOF!* ).
well by-golly i'dl never thought of that---for sure:dunno::laugh:Ahh, this one's easy... the round rollers in the background, and the pneumatic drill, are the dead giveaways.
It's a high-speed sock wringer-flinger, of course.
Those rollers get installed on the rotating shaft, and the other roller on the one below. (BTW, in case you didn't notice, you forgot to install that lower roller, and now you need to go back and do a little undo). The air drill spins the rollers, and as you feed in the wet socks from the washing machine, it instantly wrings them dry, and flings them right into your sock drawer.
when i first seen them round looking hickees on ur work bench--i thought they was a brand of a sausage link u had sitting their for ur breakfast-geez--now their rollers for this traption:flag_of_truce:don't mind me-ok:munch:Will, you're much closer than you might imagine. :good2: Completely out of whack, but a lot closer than the other guys. :lolol:
You did correctly identify the foam as belonging to this project! Congrats on the keen eye!
That air drill is my 1/2" impact wrench and I'm not sure why it's even on the floor. :hide: I don't remember what I used it on last.