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PEDDINGHAUS HAMMER

Marking: "300" Cogwheel, note: gear had 13 cogs

Note: any hammer with "DIN" marking is not original Pre-A. The "DIN" engraving indicates 1960's or newer. In addition, the newer hammer's gear cog engraving had 16 cogs.

Decal: Peddinghaus decal

Size: "The handles were up to 300mm in length and made from either ash or hickory to DIN standard 5111." -R.A.

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USES:

The long-discussed topic of the purpose of the hammer was concluded to be, to break the beads of the tube-type tires. Thanks to research provided by Victor Ingram, we see the Hammer utilized in several repairs in the 1954 Porsche Workshop Manual:
 

                    B13 Removing and Installing Door 

                    T28 Renewing broken spring clamps

                    T33, T34 Installing wheel weights

                    L35, L36 Starter repair

                    (Scans courtesy of Victor Ingram)

JÖRG HAMMER

Marking: "JöRG" "300"

Decal: Jörg 2-color decal

Size: "The handles were up to 300mm in length and made from either ash or hickory to DIN standard 5111." -R.A.

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HAZET 650-12

Marking: "Hazet" "????"

Length: 300mm

Photos from 1951 Hazet Catalog

Most likely in kits from 1950-1952

Note: these "earliest" of bags possibly had (10+6, instead of the later 10+3 or 8+3 pockets), this along with the Hammer was most likely used to "break the bead" in order to change the tire

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